Day by day, Brexit is turning the world upside down in ways unimaginable a year ago. For all the talk of division, nationalism and hard borders, this war – and Brexit is a civil war – seems to be creating the strangest of bedfellows.
The forecast is that 2017 will be the year that Ireland’s outdated gambling laws will finally be updated. But what are the odds that promises for better regulation of casino-type gambling that were first made more than a decade ago will be followed through?
There is nothing new about the term “fake news”, the shiny new buzz word for this year. The expression first started floating around last year when Facebook came under scrutiny for publishing unverified content and “fake” news stories.
Socrates once said: “Wisdom begins in wonder”. This is particularly true in health and medical matters. Research and development is essential to the discovery of new treatments and medicines. One area I want to explore, however, is the role of patient involvement in medical services design and implementation.
Hume Brophy and Wedlake Bell invite you to a breakfast briefing on active and passive management on how to get the best for retirees.
Brexit has occupied minds for months. As we approach the final days before the United Kingdom cast the die and trigger Article 50, European minds are turning to a more important question – what now?
The European Commission has published its long awaited proposal on the revision of EU comitology rules. But what has prompted the Commission to propose the changes and what impact will they have on EU decision making?
Dieselgate, the controversy surrounding the falsification of emission measurements of diesel vehicles with the use of defeat software, continues to make waves on both sides of the Atlantic.