The Decision Maker Panel has received significant media interest, having featured in outlets such as the Financial Times, the Times, the Sunday Times, the Guardian and the Independent – to name a few


The Spectator, October 2019: Why Ken Fisher Thinks Brexiting Should be Bullish

The Economist, October 2019: Uncertainty About Brexit is Hampering Business Investment in Britain

Financial Times, October 2019: Fall in UK Labour Productivity is Worst in 5 Years

The Telegraph, October 2019: Economy Takes £20bn Hit From Business Investment Plunge Since Brexit Vote

Financial Times, September 2019: Entrenched Uncertainty is a Global Problem

Independent, September 2019: Brexit if Hurting the UK Productivity, and Wages With It

Financial Times, August 2019: Brexit Has Cut Productivity by up to 5% says Bank of England

Reuters, August 2019: Brexit Planning Cut Productivity of UK Firms - Bank of England

The Daily Mail, August 2019: Brexit Planning Cut Productivity of UK Firms - Bank of England

The New York Times, August 2019: Brexit Planning Cut Productivity of UK Firms - Bank of England

Bloomberg, August 2019: Brexit Planning Cut Productivity of UK Firms - Bank of England

The Economist, August 2019: The Chilling Economic Effects of Brexit Uncertainty are Intensifying

Business Telegraph, August 2019: Brexit Cuts Productivity by up to 5%, Says Bank of England

Bloomberg, July 2019: Bank of England Agents Help Policy Makers See Through Brexit Economic Noise

ADVFN, July 2019: UK in the Brexit Dumpster

Resolution Foundation, March 2019: Spring forward or fall back?

Business Marker News, February 2019: Bank of England expects UK economy to grow by just 1.2% in 2019

Central Banking, February 2019: BoE paper outlines results of uncertainty experiment 

LexisNexis, December 2018: Weekly Highlights LexisNexis

AccountancyAge, December 2018: Brexit Forecasts Helping of Hindering?

The Times, December 2018: Be braced for more chaos, but give thanks to the Bank

EY ITEM Club, July 2018: Will the clouds clear for the economy?

GLA Economics, July 2018: London’s Economy Today

Bloomberg, June 2018: Businesses Are Getting More Pessimistic Over Brexit

The Times, June 2018: Brexit pessimism is growing, agents find

The Daily Mail, June 2018: Two thirds of British businesses do not see Brexit as a major cause for concern to the economy

Market News, June 2018: MNI: BOE Agents: Headcount Seen Falling In Consumer Sector

Reuters, June 2018: UK consumer economy slows, manufacturing perks up in BoE, EU surveys

The Guardian, April 2018: For British bosses a bigger headache than Brexit is emerging

ICAEW, April 2018: Brexit's role in global growth trends

MNI, March 2018: Downside Infla Risks Cloud BOE Rate Rise Message

The Guardian, March 2018: Firms handing out inflation-beating pay rises, says Bank of England

City A.M, March 2018: Businesses set to boost investment and expect price inflation to slow

Financial Times, March 2018: Factories set to step up investment

The Independent, February 2018: Brexit 'dampening' UK productivity growth warns deputy Bank of England Governor Dave Ramsden

Financial Times, February 2018: BoE surveys point to long-awaited pay rise for UK workers

Reddit, February 2018: Brexit wiped out £7.7bn of business investment, says Bank of England

The Sunday Times, February 2018: Brexit wiped out £7.7bn of business investment, says Bank of England

Bloomberg, February 2018: Wages to Migration: Some Takeaways From the BOE Inflation Report

Gestion, January 2018: BoE: Incertidumbre por Brexit perjudica inversiones en Reino Unido

MTA, January 2018: Economic Data This Week

The Sunday Times, December 2017: Only an end to uncertainty will lift all our spirits

Financial Times, December 2017: Labour shortage fears could drive up pay

UK and EU, November 2017: The cost of Brexit related uncertainty

Financial Times, September 2017: Business fears Brexit will hit sales, study finds

Market News International, September 2017: BOE CFO Survey: Brexit A Downside Risk But Firms Staying Put

Financial Post, August 2017: London losing status with financial firms as Brexit approaches