Covid-19 and Brexit have combined to inflict a labour shortage on the UK, threatening its economic growth and attractiveness as an investment destination.
As the UK suffers from the effects of both Covid-19 and Brexit, increasing trade links with India offer some light on the horizon, according to JPIN VCATS's Nayan Gala.
Nissan Supplier Magna International is opening a new multimillion-pound manufacturing facility in Sunderland, creating 280 new jobs.
The UK manufacturing sector is still struggling with Brexit and Covid-19, making the government's £53m injection a welcome move. More is needed, however.
When the UK government's subsidy towards Nissan's £1bn electric vehicle hub in Sunderland was announced, critics claimed it was a sign of post-Brexit weakness. This is not the case.
Now that many workers have realised that they don't have to live within an (often sweaty) commute of their workplace, the importance of a location's liveability is surging in importance, writes eutopia's Judith O'Doherty.
Social media would have you believe that snowflakes, Karens and TikTokers can't work together, but, as Ruth Strachan describes, there is more that unites the generations than divides them.
The UK is reported to be experiencing a post-Covid and Brexit labour shortage, but a closer look at the data shows that these twin factors are not necessarily the culprits.
Netherlands-based Stellantis will invest £100m in Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port factory in the UK and safeguard more than 1,000 jobs.