The emerging super cycle in commodity markets has many people excited, but those tempted to full-on embrace this boom would be well advised to look more closely at the circumstances surrounding it.
The Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998 and since then Northern Ireland's fortunes have, for the most part, been on the rise, but how responsible is the GFA for these improvements?
The UK government barely seems to let a week pass without talking up its global leadership in green energy, but the reality on the ground is somewhat different.
If Scotland backs the SNP in a big way in the May elections, a second independence referendum will move much closer. Hopefully both sides will listen to and respect each other this time around.
The skills gap, along with hefty student debt figures, has plagued the US for many years. Promoting a more creative approach to jobs and career development among Generation Z would help to solve both issues.
Newcastle and the North East are famed for their warm welcome, which has helped them to attract major investments from the likes of Nissan and Britishvolt, as well as many major business services providers.
The UK has a long history of innovation; however, its start-ups are struggling to scale up. The British aversion to risk and success is partly to blame, along with a poor funding infrastructure.
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