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The Sustainability Series – Power to your people

4 December 2020

The Sustainability Series – Are Boards behind the curve on ESG?

3 December 2020

The Sustainability Series – Jumping on the ESG bandwagon

2 December 2020

A shot in the arm or a shot in the foot?

27 November 2020

Shifting sands – hopes and fears for a new climate agreement

13 November 2020

US Election 2020: “You’re fired”, probably…

30 October 2020

No.10 fails the comms test again, this time on free school meals 

23 October 2020

Trust me, I’m a hacker – the threat of ransomware

8 October 2020

Sport – under siege from all sides and does it have any answers?

8 October 2020

Permanent Secretaries & the Civil Service Reform

8 October 2020

The final stretch for a Brexit deal?

8 October 2020

Revenge of the nerds

25 September 2020

What is the point of the Lib Dems?

18 September 2020

So far, so good… but what next?

11 September 2020

‘Boris Johnson et al: performs best to a crowd but provides little detail and often changes his mind. More improvement needed.’

4 September 2020

Lessons from Down Under: A warning of what’s to come?

26 August 2020

The Russia Report – Tell us something we didn’t XXX know

24 July 2020

The view from Brussels and London

17 July 2020

Stormbreaker?

10 July 2020

Carpe Diem – DRD’s perspective on the House of Lords’ Report: ‘Gambling Harm – Time for Action’

9 July 2020

Great expectations

6 July 2020

The rise of class actions

6 July 2020

ESG – Covid cure-all or emperor’s new clothes

6 July 2020

A position of maximum opportunity or maximum danger?

6 July 2020

No news is good news… right?

26 June 2020

Coming to Boris’s aid

19 June 2020

Two metre, or not two metre – amongst other questions 

12 June 2020

“Britain is open for business, but Britain is closed for business”

5 June 2020

Which countries will top the league post-COVID 19?

3 June 2020

Cummings’ Cock-Up: Classic Dom!

29 May 2020

Sport post-Covid: do they think it’s all over?

22 May 2020

The Diplomat: Getting out into the world after lockdown

22 May 2020

Returning to work – Between Scylla and Charybdis

15 May 2020

More unenviable choices

7 May 2020

Swimming against the current? Litigation in the wake of COVID-19

5 May 2020

Stakes are high for the future of gambling

1 May 2020

The view from Brussels: What does Covid-19 mean for Brexit?

24 April 2020

Coronaviolence: Will Covid-19 provide an impetus for the Government to tackle domestic abuse?

17 April 2020

ESG: each letter counts

6 April 2020

Court on camera

6 April 2020

Public affairs in unprecedented times

6 April 2020

To get out of the crisis stronger, think big

6 April 2020

The kaleidoscope has been shaken

6 April 2020

Starming to victory: how Sir Keir needs to make the most of his moment

03 April 2020

Communicating the crisis

27 March 2020

Biden his time

20 March 2020

Managing Challenge & Change

18 March 2020

How big businesses can get the economy back on track after Covid-19

13 March 2020

Is it time to bring back the feel-good factor?

6 March 2020

Your guide to the integrated Defence and Security Review

2 March 2020

The view from Brussels: Johnson’s French problem

2 March 2020

One member, one vote, ha, one mission

24 February 2020

Restructure or reshuffle? [Part 2]

17 February 2020

Restructure or reshuffle?

10 February 2020

Power to the people – are we all diplomats now?

5 February 2020

In a hole the size of HS2, you have to keep digging.

3 February 2020

End of an era/error?

27 January 2020

Going for Green

20 January 2020

Moving slowly through the gears: the Labour leadership election reaches its next stage

13 January 2020

A 2020 political Snapshot

6 January 2020

Mind the perception gap

6 January 2020

Taking aim – What’s in the crosshairs for 2020?

6 January 2020

They think it’s all over – It (almost) is now!

09 December 2019

Is Nationalism on the rise?

02 December 2019

What does AI mean for lawyers?

26 November 2019

Where in the world…

25 November 2019

Newsnight at the Palace

18 November 2019

Just how right wing would a new Johnson government be?

18 November 2019

Six reasons why Labour could still win (and six reasons why they won’t)

11 November 2019

A conference of two halves

03 October 2019

Optimism evaporating

27 September 2019

Triumph and disaster

26 September 2019

Public affairs & the law

19 September 2019

The view from Brussels

19 September 2019

The Awesome Foursome – can the Union survive?

27 August 2019

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t…probably

7 August 2019

Welcoming the DUDE!

24 July 2019

The race to be Prime Minister – and then there were two…

25 June 2019

The aftermath of the European Elections – a view from London and Brussels

3 June 2019

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