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11th May 2018


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 11 May 2018

The BREXIT Bulletin: Customs hold-up continues in WestminsterWith the European institutions enjoying a mid-May five day weekend, the same cannot be said of the situation in London where the Cabinet divisions over the UK’s post-Brexit customs future continues to...

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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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7th May 2018


European Approach to Tackling Fake News – A Grayling Policy Brief...

The European Commission adopted a non-binding Communication on Tackling Disinformation on the 26th of April which provides guidelines, including a suggested EU-wide Code of Practice, for promoting a healthy relationship between the media and civil society.To find out...

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7th May 2018


The 2021-2027 MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK: A Grayling Policy...

On 2 May 2018 the College of Commissioners adopted the proposal for a Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), the guiding document for 7-year periods, setting out the budgetary priorities of the European Union.This MFF will guide the European Commission’s spending for...

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4th May 2018


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 4 May 2018

The BREXIT Bulletin: EU budget proposal forces both sides to confront changing realities All the talk this week in Brussels has been about money.The proposal for the next EU budget - known as the Multiannual Financial Framework, or MFF - doesn't come around very...

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30th April 2018


The EU's platform-to-business proposal

At the end of april 2018 the European Commission published: A Proposal for a Regulation on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of onlineintermediation services;A Decision to set up an EU Observatory on the Online Platform Economy (made up by a group...

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30th April 2018


Grayling briefing on Commission Communication on artificial intel...

The European Commission adopted a Communication on Artificial Intelligence for Europe on the 25th of April which outlines its broad strategy for approaching artificial intelligence in the EU.Read our Grayling briefing below to find out more and if you have any questions...

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20th April 2018


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 20 April 2018

The BREXIT Bulletin: A soft-er Brexit on the way? Is the prospect of a hard Brexit softening? Ever since Theresa May's Lancaster House speech in January 2017, we have been preparing for the hardest of hard Brexits - out of the Single Market and out of the Customs...

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13th April 2018


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 13 April 2018

The BREXIT Bulletin: Prospect of "no deal" still with us Once upon a time "no deal is better than a bad deal" was the common refrain, at least in Westminster.But since the rapid progress since December, the drafting of a Withdrawal Agreement (admittedly with bits still...

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13th April 2018


A no-deal scenario - at a glance

A no deal scenario means that there would be no formal agreement reached during the negotiations between the UK and the EU, which are taking place under the terms of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.Check out our briefing below to find out how this would impact business...

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12th April 2018


The EU's New Deal for Consumers

Find out more about Grayling Brussels' Policy Briefing on the European Commission's New Deal for Consumers, published on 11 April, by accessing the PDF below.

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6th April 2018


Grayling's Brexit Bulletin - 6 April 2018

The BREXIT Bulletin: Quiet week in Brussels - but not in Budapest It's been a quiet week in Brexit-land. Negotiations are continuing - indeed, they were taking place today in Brussels, just down the road from our offices - but there is little to report.On Monday...

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