Tycoon Tree-Huggers: The Rapid Rise of Green Investment Niamh Walsh examines the dramatic rise in investment in Green Technology and the wealth that follows. Despite the disastrous effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the global economy, the market for green and renewable energy has only grown. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla (also the […]
Millie Browning discusses whether there is a place for the arts during an economic crisis, amid Rishi Sunak’s latest ‘retrain’ campaign
147,000 Eat Out to Help Out meals claimed in Exeter 147,000 meals were claimed in Exeter under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, saving diners a total of £662,000 in discount. The scheme, which ran every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 August to 31 August, saved diners an average of £4.51 at […]
Online Features Editor Rebecca Wells discusses possible causes and ramifications of recent statistics surrounding mental health in Britain.
Shireen Zulparquear explores beloved travel company Thomas Cook’s soaring success and analyses what could have caused such a dramatic downward spiral.
Online Features Editor Bryan Knight reports on the recent political developments in Africa and assesses the threats faced by the continent. In 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced an ambitious initiative that would revamp an ancient trade network that connected the Eastern world with the West. This ‘Belt and Road Initiative’, as it is commonly […]
China. A nation, which, at least in economic terms, has become synonymous with the idea of eternal growth figures, has not had a brilliant few months on the market. Hubris has awakened, and the allegedly pristine economy, which was once thought to be the poster-child of GDP, has begun to show its cracks. The recent […]
It’s almost a cliché now to think of the internet as ‘taking over’. However, as technology advances and becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it’s hard not to wonder whether our personal relationship with the internet is healthy, or one of dependence and habituation. And, as for its role in society, we need to […]
Tim Woolley examines the first Conservative Majority budget in 19 years. The buzz-word in Westminster today is ‘stability’. As crisis looms in the South Mediterranean, the Chancellor has a dismal financial backdrop over which to weave his tapestry of supposed economic recovery. The Opposition, split between two left-leaning parties, is in comparative disarray. Indeed, as […]