Public affairs

As government changes shape and policy evolves, it is essential to understand how that process works.

We work with a range of companies and organisations at Westminster, the devolved administrations, and internationally including Brussels. Our support includes:

  • Strategic political counsel
  • Stakeholder mapping
  • Achieving policy and regulatory change
  • Monitoring and analysis
  • Select Committee training
UK votes to leave and heads for uncharted waters
EU Referendum event series
EU Referendum Series: The commentator’s view from Jim Pickard
EU referendum: Commentator's reaction to Brexit
Speakers' Corner
Energy + Industrials
Senior Account Manager - Account Director
Energy + Industrials
Senior Account Executive - Account Manager
Financial + Professional Services
Senior Account Executive (1)
Future of Investigatory Powers Act unclear after EU ruling
5 GIFs that explain the BT Openreach split
What we've been up to this week: 25 November
Autumn Statement tech round-up: Boost for fibre, 5G and venture capital
Autumn Statement 2016: All the reaction
Twitter Reacts to the Autumn Statement
What we've been up to this week: 4 November
What we've been up to this week: 7 October
Will Whitehall power shifts leave financial services high and dry?
May's last word
Recipe for a good fringe
The Great Repeal Bill Headache
Speeches matching the Government, but not grabbing the attention
The Rise and Rise of Andy Street
From the fringe: 4 steps to making gender equality at work work
Conservatives Make up for a lack of detail by inviting business to help set policy
Who are the troublemakers at Conservative Conference?
May's Speech: All aboard the 'Hard Brexit' train
Hammond’s speech: Timetables come in, and timetables go out, but the jokes don’t improve
Petroleum Economist Award 2016
Truth, transparency, immediacy: what's missing from the US election campaign
There’s no rush to invoke Article 50
EU referendum: The Conservative Party reaction
EU referendum: Labour Party Reaction
EU referendum: Business and finance reaction
EU Referendum: Europe's Reaction
Would Brexit be an own goal for football?
Using expert insights to boost profile
Carney weighs in on Brexit
Peace then war: Cameron and Johnson
A momentary pause from Brexit
Swaying “undecideds” on Brexit
What we've been up to: 15 April
In or Out? The importance of real insight
What we've been up to: 8 April
China’s New Energy Paradigm under the 13th Five Year Plan (1)
Difficult times for the master tactician
Farewell IDS, hello trouble...
Beware the Ides of March-ish: how Twitter reacted to the Budget
Once something is said, it cannot be unsaid
What to expect from China’s 2016 NPC & CPPCC Sessions
Long and winding road: Sir David King talks COP21 and the future
Corporate reputation – the impact of a Referendum in 2016?
SNP + Europe
2016 public affairs forecast: more disruption
Raising profile across the UK
Ensuring balanced reporting on climate change
Less bang, more pop
50 years of Moore’s Law: increasing PR power in a shrinking world
Three things Dispatches missed in its report on pensions
Labour in 2016: What will Jeremy do next?
COP21: The Monday after
Airport expansion: stuck in the departure lounge
Cameron's fight
Europe is back
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