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The real impact of Brexit on Parliament

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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.

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The new normal: Public affairs under Brexit and Trump

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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

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‘Red, white and blue’: Just where is the government heading?

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For a Government apparently not playing by the usual rules of the media, the Prime Minister’s comment that what she is looking for is a ‘red, white and blue Brexit’ seemed to show that communications are actually important. But what

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The role of business in Brexit

Business is critical to the success of Brexit. Without their ideas and input, the Government may not focus as closely on the needs of the economy, or only on certain parts of the economy. Instead, business has to be robust

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Brexit, the economy and PR: One month on…

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The UK has now had over one month to digest the fallout from the Brexit vote which saw the just over 50% of the country vote to leave the European Union. Although the process of extracting ourselves from the EU

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New Government: new public affairs strategy?

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The UK’s new Prime Minister, Theresa May, has wasted no time in pulling her new team together. With a raft of new Ministers and a new supporting team in place, Mrs May is looking to set out a new path

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Brexit and public relations

European Union regulations give all of the 508 million people living in the EU the right to a replacement, repair or refund if something they purchase does not work as advertised. This legislation does not apply to claims made in

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Business communications after Brexit

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Brexit has changed business communications. Many organisations took the decision to stay out of the debate but, given the result, are now questioning whether this was the right approach. Businesses need to be heard and find the confidence to speak

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Five ways public affairs can help now Brexit is happening

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Now the realisation that Brexit is actually happening has sunk in for most people, it is time to get on with the business of doing business. Whilst uncertainty remains, public affairs can help organisations manage some of the risk involved

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Bees, butterflies and Brexit: charities and the EU referendum

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The bitter debate over membership of the European Union is increasing in pace and fiery intensity as polling day draws near. It seems that everyone has an opinion – politicians of every stripe, FTSE 100 leaders, the chap who runs

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