"The most important question now is what happens to these credit consumers?" Dr John Morris of the Department of Politics and International Studies comments on what the collapse of BrightHouse may mean for people unable to access conventional credit but who need to make "big-ticket" purchases.
Should Government and the Bank of England take steps to lessen the pressure on corporates to satisfy financial covenants, given the economic difficulties caused by the "suppression strategy"? Dr Stephen Connelly from Warwick Law School comments.
Professor Mark Skilton of Warwick Business School comments on the issues raised by reports that Amazon head Jeff Bezos may have had his phone hacked by a fake video message.
"The current Hong Kong protests have all the hallmarks of being an issue of postcolonial relations between Hong Kong and mainland China." Dr Raza Saeed, Assistant Professor in Warwick Law School, comments on the proposed Hong Kong extradition bill.
Dr Abdullah Sahin, Reader in Islamic Education, University of Warwick, comments on the ways New Zealand's people and politicians have responded to the terror attack on two mosques in Christchurch.