The harsh conditions required for fusion are a challenge for even the most robust of materials. International partnership has always been crucial to overcome these challenges; the complexity of the science and engineering and the cost of building large test reactors make it difficult for one nation to go it alone.
Digital Union, which represents digital and creative businesses in the region, said that the recent boom in the sector had been made possible by companies being able to employ both UK and European staff with the right skills. Rachel Peacock, Digital Union’s networks manager, said: “The thought of highly-skilled EU workers potentially leaving the country over...
The aerospace industry’s big worries are: fears over customs controls, concerns over skills shortages due to immigration policies and the need to ensure that the UK remains a member of the European Aviation Safety Agency. Not reaching a deal with the EU would have significant commercial consequences for UK industry.
The UK has been a second home to many of Poland’s fintech companies, the first stop on their foreign expansion plans. As Brexit approaches, many of these businesses are having to decide if they will leave or stay in the UK.
The latest Brexit survey by ScotlandIS – which represents around 300 software, telecoms, IT and digital agency businesses throughout Scotland – advises digital tech companies to openly address the issue of Brexit and the uncertainties facing EU workers and their ability to keep working in the UK.