Syed Kamall

Supporting apprentices is increasingly being seen as an important part of strengthening the labour market as a whole with apprenticeships expected to contribute a staggering £3.4 billion to the UK economy by 2022.
With the EU lagging behind countries such as South Korea and Japan on measures of connectivity, it is time to act. Even in undisputed global hubs, such as my own home-city of London, there are spots where it is impossible to get a decent mobile signal.
After much thought, my personal decision is to vote to leave the EU; not because I think David Cameron did a bad job, but because I believe that on balance we could forge a better future outside.
Crossrail was finally delivered mainly by Londoners for Londoners, with a democratically accountable Mayor at the helm and over 60% of its £14.8bn funding coming directly from Londoners and London's businesses. After Crossrail, it is clear that London's entrepreneurial citizens need to keep the initiative.
British trade unions and anti-business NGOs campaigning against TTIP should have the courage of their convictions to admit that they are opposed to open trade and investment, rather than peddling myths about ISDS and TTIP.
Expressing and debating differences of opinion is a welcome part of any healthy democracy. However, it can be hugely frustrating when opponents of a piece of legislation or negotiated agreement manufacture myths in an attempt to stifle debate.
Hundreds of people are expected to hit the streets today in protest against the controversial TTIP trade deal currently being
The Tories have been accused of trying to "appease" Ukip by hosting the leader of a controversial Finnish eurosceptic party
David Cameron no longer has a cabinet minister responsible for the controversial trade deal that critics fear could open
Most voters in key battleground constituencies want David Cameron to protect the NHS from a new trade deal which campaigners