Dr Andreas Kokkinis from Warwick Law School comments on the Airbus warning from a legal and regulatory perspective
"If it comes to a stark choice between ‘regaining control of our laws, money and borders’, as the PM has put it, and preserving the success of the UK economy, which one will she prioritise?’’ Dr Andreas Kokkinis, from Warwick Law School, sets out the legal and regulatory challenges highlighted by the Airbus decision.
"Airbus was always likely to be the inward investor international firm most susceptible to Brexit" - expert comment from Professor Nigel Driffield
"Airbus was always likely to be the inward investor international firm most susceptible to Brexit." Professor Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, explores the implications of a no-deal Brexit for the Airbus supply chain.
"Trump has chosen an outspoken neoconservative hardliner to serve as his National Security Advisor" - expert comment
Dr. Georg Löfflmann from the Department of Politics and International Studies comments on the news that President Trump has appointed John Bolton as his National Security Adviser, replacing H.R.McMaster.
"For the moment, National Grid has withdrawn its Gas Deficit warning, but this winter’s events serve to show just how fragile the UK’s gas security can be when demand soars or key infrastructure fails" - Professor Michael Bradshaw returns to the issue of gas security.
"A ‘cold shoulder from Brussels’ could be just as damaging as the ‘beast from the east!" - Professor Michael Bradshaw comments on gas security
"With GB demand surging to over 400mcm a day, a loss of capacity from any source of flexible supply, due to technical problems or an inability to attract sufficient gas from European markets, can lead to a supply emergency such as we see at present." - Professor Michael Bradshaw of Warwick Business School comments on warnings of insufficient supply and rising prices for gas.