Using data to shape your campaigns could leave you open to accusations of sinister scientific profiteering. By Charles Orton-Jones If the allegations are true, the EU referendum was as good as rigged. In a series of explosive articles for The
His appointment as the Evening Standard’s editor triggered debate across politics, media and PR. Here, former chancellor and MP George Osborne addresses his critics and tells comms pros exactly what his plans are, and how they can help. Oh, and
When the world shifts , organisations had better change too or find themselves obsolete – no matter how grand and important they are. Is this the situation for the UK’s political parties in a post-referendum country? In an exclusive interview
While the transfer window for football clubs to make summer signings slammed shut yesterday with the usual flurry of crazy stories and late moves, another deadline came and went in rather less sensational circumstances. The European Parliament closed the tender
It is well known to all of us by now that we have a very clear role to play in any business development, market expansion, mergers and acquisitions and even project management. However, what is perhaps less known is the
Adults in the Room: My Battle With Europe’s Deep Establishment, by Yanis Varoufakis Reviewed by Carolyn Lochhead Yanis Varoufakis’ Adults in the Room is essentially an account of 162 days spent having baffling conversations with the world’s most powerful institutions.
Now that the process of leaving the European Union is underway, public affairs needs to be aware of the implications. Outside of the possible political and constitutional ramifications, public affairs life will never be the same again.Clients, whether they be
The role of Parliament in Brexit has been controversial. But what is more important than the Brexit Bill is what Parliament does next and how much engagement there is. Unless everyone pays attention it will be easy to miss out.
2016 may have been the year of surprises and unexpected results but 2017 will be the year where the implications of those results start to come to fruition. Trump was inaugurated on 20 January and Brexit will be triggered by