Editor at the Leonards Review, entrepreneur, author and patent attorney. Tom's primary expertise is in IP law, business, innovation, economic policy and international trade.

The politics of my generation is pretty easy to get to grips with. We want big government, unless it costs more cash. We’re also

Since the victory cries of the #TakeBackControl campaign, our nation as been wrestling with an explanation for this most unexpected

In a lengthy and impassioned speech at the Labour party conference, Jeremy Corbyn claims his revolutionary agenda for the British

As a natural and nurtured debater, I spend a lot of time in hearty deliberation with friends and colleagues from across a wide

In spite of a pitiful election campaign, we think that the Conservatives are the best choice for government at this election. Give May

The Prime Minister has announced plans to call for a snap election on 8 June. She will bring a motion before the House tomorrow to

Back in mid-February, Microsoft Founder Bill Gates was interviewed by Quartz on the automation of low-skilled industries and on

The Conservative candidate for the Copeland by-election has won with an astonishing 13,748 votes, the first time for a governing party

In response to the government winning the vote in the House of Commons passing The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill

Britain will be the fastest growing economy in the G7 over the next three decades as a result of our economic re-alignment in leaving