Posts for Brexit

Pat McFadden Brexit Breakfast: the two Brexit negotiations

Thursday, 09th February 2017

This morning Interel hosted Labour MP and former Shadow Europe Minister Pat McFadden at our latest Brexit Breakfast with business leaders and industry colleagues. Mr McFadden’s pensive and calm approach was refreshing and insightful, particularly following a busy fortnight of Brexit related debates in Parliament. Read more...

The Sound of Silence: May’s first six months

Thursday, 12th January 2017

If a week is a long time in politics, then six months is a lifetime. Theresa May’s first six months as Prime Minister have been interesting, if somewhat uneventful given that Britain - and the wider western world - is now facing the most unprecedented domestic and geo-political change in modern times. Read more...

Views on Brexit: Italy

Monday, 09th January 2017

The new Italian Government headed by Gentiloni strongly favours European integration, will this impact the Italian reaction to Brexit? Our partner FB & Associati tell us what they think. Read more...

Views on Brexit: The Czech Republic

Tuesday, 03rd January 2017

As we welcome 2017, and with only 3 months to go until the projected triggering of Article 50, we continue with our views on Brexit series with a look at the reaction in the Czech Republic from our partner CEC Government Relations. Read more...

Back in the spotlight, or stuck in the wings? Blair re-enters the stage

Monday, 05th December 2016

Post (an extended) interval; re-enter Tony Blair stage left. The stage is frenzied, chaotic and noisy. A ‘Vote Leave’ banner hangs dishevelled above, and a silhouette of Brussels burning haunts the backdrop. Blair moves centre stage. A bright, heavenly beam hits him. Quiet descends around. A cool blue wash is cast over the stage, and order is restored. End scene. Read more...

Cyber Privacy & Brexit

Friday, 25th November 2016

Whilst the majority of media attention on the internet today focuses on cyber attacks on, and privacy leaks from, organisations like Tesco Bank through to Ashley Madison, less attention is paid to the more mundane transfer of millions of pieces of personal data that happens daily. These exchanges are regulated by the EU, however the dilemma of security and privacy abounds. Read more...