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11th October 2017


Grayling Brussels' Espresso - October 2017

Dear Reader, The "Autumn onslaught" is always the busiest period of the year - this is the time when projects need to be started (and often completed), when budgets need to be spent, and targets hit.This year is no exception - we have been extremely busy preparing our...

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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.

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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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9th October 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 7 October 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: Are Supply Chains your Weakest Link? The Grayling Brexit Unit was delighted to recently host an event for our clients examining the impact of Brexit on firms' supply chains. Our guest speakers represented a global auto manufacturer, a UK...

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25th September 2017


German elections: Success for Merkel - but only just

On 24 September the EU's largest Member State by population went to the polls to elect its new Chancellor and Parliamentarians.The election pitted the incumbent Chancellor from the Centre Right CDU/CSU Angela Merkel against the centre left Martin Schulz of the...

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25th September 2017


Tax Reform: Trump’s Best Hope of Legislative Success

The article below was drafted by our colleagues from Dutko in Washington D.C.- for any questions you can contact Jayne.Fitzgerald@dutkogr.comWith the failure of the White House and Republican-controlled Congress to repeal Obamacare, all attention in D.C. is now focused...

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25th September 2017


Trade: Trump starts flexing his muscles on the “America First” ma...

The article below was drafted by our colleagues from Dutko in Washington D.C.- for any questions you can contact Jayne.Fitzgerald@dutkogr.comCandidate Trump campaigned on a promise to throw out America’s existing trade agreements and pursue trade deals that would...

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22nd September 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 22 September 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: May's speech may yet be sufficient to move to phase 2 - here's why... Theresa May has just concluded her much-hyped speech in Florence.So what did we learn that we didn't already know? In truth, not a lot. The big news for business is...

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22nd September 2017


The same, but different: The issue of dual quality products

An issue which has long been bubbling under the surface in Central & Eastern Europe has finally hit Brussels. In his State of the Union speech earlier this month the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker called it “unacceptable.” The issue in...

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18th September 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 16 September 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: A mere footnote in the EU landscape If all you read is the UK press, you could be forgiven for thinking that Brexit was a major plank of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union speech. In fact, Brexit was relegated...

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25th August 2017


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 25 August 2017

The BREXIT Bulletin: Winter is coming Whilst most of the EU have been sunning themselves on the beach, the UK has stepped into the breach and published a number of position papers, one a day this week, on some key issues linked to Brexit - more about which you can read...

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24th August 2017


Slovak coalition crisis continues

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Milos Pietor, Account Executive, writes about the latest Slovak government crisis.The Slovak governing coalition is under pressure from the media following the announcement earlier this month by the...

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18th August 2017


Citizens to reap what Brexit sows?

In the latest in our Summer series of blogposts from our junior staff, Valentin Bulard, Account Executive, writes about how Brexit may have one unintended consequence - a threat to people's health.The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is a keystone policy of the EU...

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