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The NHS has relied on staff from overseas all its life. Will Brexit change this?
With demand soaring and austerity continuing to bite, can the NHS do more for less?
How is Mexico preparing for the impact of Donald Trump's economic pledges?
With work on HS2 close to starting, what does big infrastructure mean for business?
Andrew Dickson asks: Who pays for the arts? Who should pay for the arts?
Jonty Bloom looks at the future of farming in the UK.
Matthew Gwyther asks if the digital revolution is creating a crisis in advertising.
Ruth Alexander applies to become a virtual resident of Estonia.
Why are Italy's banks in crisis, and what is the impact on business?
How has London's French business community fared since Brexit?
Douglas Fraser asks what more can be done to encourage and grow new businesses in Scotland
Matthew Gwyther looks at the multi-billion pound fertility business.
Peter Day asks whether 3D printing has lived up to its early promise.
Who is your partner? - the crucial career choice.
Adam Shaw looks at how Virtual Reality could change our world.
What can business do to defend itself against the growing army of corporate spies?
Does speed matter? Peter Day visits America's first 'gig city', Chattanooga, to find out.
Job losses have plagued Teesside for decades. What does the future hold?
Peter Day examines the history of Britain's steel industry.
Matthew Gwyther discovers how to turn around a failing company.
Peter Day discovers how computer programmes are being used in recruitment.
Marijuana is now legal in some US states. How is the experiment working in Colorado?
Author Andrew Dickson explores William Shakespeare's influence on the business world.
Caroline Bayley reports on Europe's unicorns, tech firms with billion dollar valuations.
Jonty Bloom goes to Norway to find out what happens when salaries and tax are made public.
Why is there so much dissatisfaction about how economics is taught at universities?
Jonty Bloom learns how Norway does business with the European Union.
Peter Day discovers the impact of migration on farming in California.
How important is trust, and can it be won back if it is lost? Matthew Gwyther investigates
Peter Day explores the rise of craft beer and how the big breweries are fighting back.