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Brexit and the UK’s Economic future

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  • University Study Tips

    Will Simpson A-level Economics Tutor (West London) Picture Here are some study ideas that you may find useful, or alternatively prompt you to come up with your own ways to work more effectively. 1. A possible strategy is to start and finish studying at fixed times each day, and no later. This works as an incentive to stay productive whilst revising as...
  • Japanese companies might leave the UK

    Abdullah Economics (general) Tutor (North West London) Picture The UK attracted some Japanese companies on the promise that it is a gateway to Europe and its markets. The Brexit complicated things as the UK might lose access to the Single Market.  Japan's Message: “We strongly request that the UK will consider this fact seriously and respond in a...
  • Brexit and the UK’s Economic future Editor's Pick

    Richard Parker A-level Economics Tutor (Stockport) Picture Much has been made in the popular press about how, since the EU referendum result of 23rd June, the UK economy has not entered recession, and that for now at least, the four horsemen of the economic apocalypse are nowhere to be seen. In truth, the doom-monger forecasts provided by the less...

 

  • 5 Things that were designed using Economics

    Yiwei A-level Economics Tutor (East London) Picture 1. Sports tournaments: This year, Andy Murray and Serena Williams walked away from Wimbledon as champions with £1.8 million each. Portugal won €23.5 million in the Euro Cup 2016. However, there’s far more to designing a successful sports tournament than just the prize money. The organisers of...
  • Why tuition really helps at A level Economics Editor's Pick

    Ian Fisher MA BA QTS A-level Economics Tutor (Sheffield) Picture For many students, Economics is a very difficult A level. It not only requires high levels of analytical skills but also a good command of English and the understanding of how an essay or long answer needs to be written. Unfortunately in schools and colleges, teachers and lecturers often are...
  • Economics For Life Editor's Pick

    Michael Stock A-level Economics Tutor (Sheffield) Picture Have you ever noticed that even though you have a wardrobe full of clothes, you tend to wear just a few outfits most of the time? Do just a small amount of school subjects cause most of your worry? Do you argue with your family about the same small number of things most of the time? If not,...