This latest survey covers fourteen weeks between September 16 and December 21, 2013 and encompasses every word spoken about the EU over 84 editions, adding up 251 separate items and a total of 121,000 words. The analysis is based on widely accepted data analysis techniques used by academics in media schools at universities such as Leeds and Loughborough.
- Blockchain offers an innovative solution to the Brexit customs puzzle 17th August 2017 Matthew Lesh
- The ‘New Customs Partnership’ – untested for a very good reason 17th August 2017 Joseph Hackett
- How the UK plans to preserve the invisible Irish border after Brexit 16th August 2017 Hugh Bennett
- A healthy dose of ambition and innovation for UK trade after Brexit 15th August 2017 Hugh Bennett
- With new customs arrangements on the table, we must focus on bilateral trade deals 15th August 2017 Matt Kilcoyne
- The voices of Brexit-backing entrepreneurs must be heard over the din of rent-seeking Remainers 13th August 2017 Jon Moynihan