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11th August 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 11 August 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: Storm clouds on the horizonAugust has so far seen swathes of Southern, Central and Eastern Europe sweltering under a heatwave that has been given the apposite moniker ‘Lucifer’.Another rather damp and grey August in the UK has been met with...

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Grayling Brexit Unit

Our Grayling Brexit Unit (GBU) brings together the very best consultants from across the Grayling network and includes those who have direct experience of working alongside the leading political figures charged with negotiating Brexit in London and Brussels.The GBU is...

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The Advantage Series

Organizations of all sizes, across industry sectors, face complex reputational, regulatory and communication challenges. Here we examine some of those in depth, looking at how they can be overcome, and how Grayling can create advantage.

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10th August 2017


Access to EU decision-making – an open door to a sealed room?

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Lisa Laumen, Account Executive, writes about how EU decision-making has changed since the Lisbon Treaty.The European Parliament (EP) has become a more powerful legislative body since its creation in...

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4th August 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 4 August 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: Brexit's holiday bluesOn its first visit to the UK since the Prime Minister triggered Article 50, the Brussels arm of the Brexit Bulletin was struck that outside the Brussels and London bubbles, life as it stands has continued much as...

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3rd August 2017


Sensitivity to innovation should be at the heart of drone regulat...

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Alexander Rowlatt, Consultant, writes about the future of legislation concerning drones.Seemingly overnight unmanned aircraft or drones have become a feature of our skies. Whether used for covert...

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31st July 2017


Grayling Brussels hiring Consultant for Public Affairs department

Grayling Brussels is looking to contract a Consultant to its EU Public Affairs department to provide support to the EU Public Affairs team. You will be involved in client work, new business development, and marketing. Skills & ExperienceApproximately 2 years’...

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31st July 2017


Internship positions – Public Affairs department - Brussels offi...

The global Public Affairs and Communications Consultancy, Grayling, is looking to appoint in its Brussels office up to two paid interns to start in September 2017.The candidate must:Be enrolled in a University degree (Master level) in relevant subjects (e.g. EU Affairs,...

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28th July 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 28 July 2017

Time for business to get organisedIs business doing enough to influence Brexit on both sides of the Channel?To date, probably not. The UK Government has been allowed to proceed practically unchallenged in its desire to leave both the Single Market and the Customs Union,...

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26th July 2017


"Merkron" - a Franco-German revival and a new impetus for the EU?

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Benjamin Benjelloun, Account Executive, writes about the possible future Franco-German relationship under President Macron and Chancellor Merkel. Angela Merkel has “survived” more French...

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25th July 2017


Future of the Polish judicial system

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Milos Pietor, Account Executive, writes about the latest developments in Poland with regard to the judiciary.There is no doubting the seriousness of judicial reform happening in Poland at the current...

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20th July 2017


Grayling Brexit Bulletin - 20 July 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: Round 2 - Negotiating "at pace" The past week has seen the EU and the UK’s negotiating teams get down to business on round two of the Brexit negotiations.The most interesting aspect is that both sides managed to keep their respective ships...

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19th July 2017


The UK food and drink industry is in danger if there is “no deal”

As part of a new Summer series of blogposts, we asked our junior staff to share their own thoughts on the latest issues at the intersection between politics and business. This week Thomas Mackie, Account Executive, writes about the potential disruption caused by Brexit...

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