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The poor state of the UK's transport network outside of London is testament to the country's vast regional inequalities.
The UK spends just 1.7 per cent of GDP on research and development, leading to a dearth of innovation.
Substance use is soaring as the country teeters on the edge of political and economic collapse.
Associates of prime minister Viktor Orbán have secured valuable EU funds, prompting calls for Brussels to more rigorously regulate its subsidies.
Foreign direct investment plays a greater role in the UK than in other advanced economies.
Most new manufacturing jobs in the US are the result of foreign investment.
Data on the rental market highlights the inequality exacerbated by the Covid-19 crisis in the UK.
Faced with the intransigence of Viktor Orbán, MEPs are debating whether to abolish the principle of unanimity.
Are foreign companies that work with the Kingdom bankrolling a vicious regime, or helping to open up a society and its markets?
London attracts the bulk of the UK’s FDI, exacerbating inequalities.