Portland's Health Team examine how Brexit will impact the way medicines are manufactured and distributed across Europe.
Portland’s fourth study into ‘How Africa Tweets’ has found African governments are not immune from: fake news, the rise of bots and external influence.
As Trump arrives in the UK this week, we sought to identify the key challenges and opportunities for the future of the US-UK "special relationship".
Portland’s annual Commercial Courts Report analyses judgments from the London Commercial Courts to find trends over time.
Although businesses can’t do much to change that uncertainty, they can start thinking about the contingencies needed for a no deal.
In our inaugural UK Sports Integrity Index, we have sought to understand which sports are the most and the least trusted.
Portland’s annual English Commercial Court report reveals the courts are increasingly global, while European litigants continue to stagnate.
Our research provides the first ever data on the prevalence and impact of fake news in Kenya.
Our third index builds on previous years, providing an in depth assessment of countries’ soft power resources in relation to each other.
The latest in our series of Brexit publications sees us launch Meet the Neighbours.
Measurement and evaluation