James Highfield

James Highfield


James works directly with the Review's Director of Public Affairs to assist representatives past and present while also feeding into company strategy. He graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in Law.

James Highfield's articles

Uber attempts to crack the Middle East

Uber is due to sign a deal worth $3.1 billion for the acquisition of a Dubai based rival Careem. The final agreement is due to be signed this week, and would mark a rare successful venture for tech companies in the Middle Eastern market.

Jaguar Land Rover wins landmark decision against copycat manufacturer

A Chinese court has ruled in favour of British-based Jaguar Land Rover in a case against Chinese manufacturer Jiangling Motor Corporation, that was selling a copycat vehicle for a significantly reduced price. The ruling marks the end of a three year legal battle between the two firms.

Ofgem cap change sees energy price hike for millions

As energy regulator Ofgem raises its price cap on default energy prices, over half of UK households are expected to see a rise in their energy price tariffs in April.

Will British business have to foot the bill for HS3?

Andrew Jones, a junior minister for transport, has said that the proposed £70 billion improvement plan for Northern England’s transport system may suffer for lack of taxpayer funding amidst competition from other projects.