Theresa May will tell Japanese investors in Britain that she wants a Brexit transition deal as soon as possible, her spokesman told reporters today. It comes amid fresh debate among business over Brexit negotiations and it follows a government report that claims economic growth in the North East and West Midlands would suffer most. Dr. Andreas Kokkinis, Assistant Professor, School of Law discusses.
The US has carried out rare air strikes on Syrian pro-government forces after what it called an "unprovoked attack" on allied Kurdish and Arab fighters. Prof Richard Youngs, Dept of Politics & International Studies examines the situation.
Following new research scientists say a "loss of night" in many countries is having negative consequences for "flora, fauna, and human well-being". Dr Sakari Lemola, Assistant Professor, dept. of psychology explains how a lack of sleep can affect us.
Following yesterday's Budget announcement of a stamp duty cut for first time buyers Professor Ben Lockwood analyses whether the change will really benefit buyers and help alleviate the housing crisis.
It was reported today that organs from hundreds of registered donors could not be made available for transplant in the last five years, due to families blocking it.
Gregory Moorlock, an expert in the ethics of organ donation from Warwick Medical School, offers his view on the story.