James Humpish

James has written 60 articles for Nouse

Review: Doctor Who, Season 10, Part 2

James Humpish finds Peter Capaldi’s last bow to be a flawed success that should satisfy the superfans

The “strong and stable” fable risks the pound

Outgoing business editor, James Humpish, gives his take on the 2017 election and what’s next for the British economy

Zero to hero – the argument for zero hours

James Humpish makes a case for zero hour reform as opposed to scrapping

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Should the electorate tactically vote to prevent a party from a majority victory?

Yes– James Humpish People pick their second preferred option all the time to avoid a worse-off situation. They do it…

If robots take our jobs, will they be taxed?

In the wake of Bill Gates’ comments on needing to tax machines that replace workers, James Humpish contemplates the impact of unemployment and public services in the technological revolution

Business unusual: Snapchat

In this week’s business unusual, James Humpish tries to understand why last week investors valued Snapchat as high as they did when it’s never earned a profit…

Experts: not perfect but better than nothing

Gove had a point when he lambasted the faulty predictions of experts, but they remain the best guide we have to the future

Student loans sale – a big deal?

James Humpish questions how the government sale of loans actually affects students and what private investors have to gain

Business unusual: Pay as you feel

Pay-as-you-feel organisations shouldn’t stand a chance, yet maybe they’re exactly the model some causes need

Cast aside politics when casting the new Doctor Who

The creators should have creative freedom

York Women’s Equality Party talks business

The President and Secretary of the University of York’s Women’s Equality Party chat to Business Editor James Humpish about the national party as a pressure group, the gender pay gap and quotas

Business unusual: Airbnb

James Humpish analyses how Airbnb dominates as a means to finding flexible accommodation while not holding any property itself