Talent and public funding in the UK are too skewed towards London, meaning the capital attracts outsized flows of foreign investment.
A much-needed 'levelling up' of the poorest parts of the UK with the richest formed a key part of Boris Johnson's 2019 election win, but little tangible action has been taken thus far.
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.
The City of London has suffered from benign neglect, and now needs the UK government to go into battle for it, writes Gerard Lyons of think tank Policy Exchange.
E-mobility investment at Nissan's UK manufacturing hub is a good start in the international race to secure investment in emerging automotive tech, writes David Leggett.
Nissan has announced a $1bn investment in its Sunderland plant, including a battery 'gigafactory', that will create more than 6,000 jobs.
The UK’s trade agreement with Australia led to British farmers and associations voicing concerns about unfair competition and a lowering of food standards.
Heinz's announcement that it was to start making ketchup in the UK again was widely hailed, but the UK's post-Brexit food and drink manufacturing sector still faces stern challenges.
Quite how the UK's National Security and Investment Act 2021 will impact investment levels remains to be seen, but lessons can be learned from looking at its Australian equivalent.