Why people don’t vote

A voter leaves a polling station after casting his vote in the general election at St Giles Church in London, U.K., on Thursday, June 8, 2017. Britons vote today after an election dominated by Brexit, austerity and in the closing phases, security. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg via Getty Images

A large chunk of the UK public choose not to vote in political elections. We reveal five reasons why this might be the case

Will the UK ever experience seamless travel?

As infrastructure projects promise to increase connections between distant regions in the UK, rolling out London’s account-based ticketing system nationwide could be a boon for domestic business travel

Brexit for business: what you can and cannot control

The ongoing uncertainties surrounding Britain's impending exit from the European Union have raised important questions for businesses trying to future-proof operations and supply chains, but some things are simply out of a decision-maker's control...

What will Brexit mean for EU VAT refunds?

Prolonged uncertainty over Brexit has thrown UK businesses into turmoil over future corporate tax arrangements, notably VAT refunds from European Union trading partners

Overcoming challenges of digital tax reform

‘Making Tax Digital’ will transform corporate accounting for the majority of small businesses, but the impact of digitalisation on large enterprises in particular presents with some major hurdles

UK poised to lead the 5G charge

‘The UK is well placed to be among the first wave of countries to adopt and demonstrate the potential of 5G’

Is the ‘race to 5G’ a fool’s game?

Rushing to be the first country to roll out 5G networks nationwide may not make you the global leader – there are a lot of other factors for governments and manufacturers to consider

The new recycling system punishing waste producers

The UK is in need of improved recycling systems, laws and infrastructure, and while change may be slow, companies must be prepared