Articles by Karan Bilimoria
The youth do not want their global, outward-looking international future taken away from them, yet they believe it is already gone for good.
A year after the EU referendum, not one of the important issues has been resolved.
Bringing more competitive business to UK shores will be physically and fiscally challenging post-Brexit but the UK must not waver.
The EU accounts for 44% of UK exports and 55% of imports; a portion far too large to jeopardise.
Lord Bilimoria, founder and chairman of Cobra Beer, writes about India's economy
The overall success of British institutions cannot mask this decline.
A Paris summit will see global leaders discuss environmental cost of world's fossil fuel habit.
UK's food sector faces a skills shortage, not helped by the need for high wages proposed by the government.
Britain is losing international students, and should look to India above all places to try and recuperate them.