Webinar: Wheels in Motion: The Future of Urban Mobility with Chris Heaton-Harris MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport
Organisations are expected to pay closer attention to the environmental and social impact of what they do. Governance and corporate responsibility sit at the heart of this. From investors to policy makers, we look at the forces shaping the future of governance.
The evolving landscape of corporate governance and ESG – The future policy of the UK Government and how it may differ from the EU approach.
When China joined the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in 2001, it was already experiencing rapid growth.
It was supposed to be the set-piece occasion that would set the tone for five years – at the very least – of Conservative majority government.
After Brexit, our attention to UK trade policy has focused mostly on future FTAs, and in particular trade negotiations between the UK and the EU. But another front has quietly been opened.
December 11, 2019 was a watershed moment for the global trading system. On that day the Appellate Body of the WTO, the final arbiter of trade disputes, became defunct, only 24 years after its creation had been trumpeted as a major advance in the rule of international law.