Understanding the Implications of Brexit
Following the results of the UK’s EU Referendum, Weber Shandwick’s Public Affairs practice has created a series of resources to help clients understand the implications of the vote on business and politics, across the UK, EU and internationally. These resources are intended to help clients navigate this changing landscape and understand how different sectors will be affected. The coverage and analysis will look at current and future Brexit issues from a UK, EU and international perspective. Please sign up here to receive this.You can also visit the UK Public Affairs blog, The Debate, for further analysis.
Some recent articles are included below:
- The hashtag Liberal Democrats – Can a focus on collaboration and technology make the party relevant again?
- Did Brighton Rock? – The mood at Liberal Democrat Party Conference and prospects for the future.
- Who is Who in Theresa May’s Downing Street – Who is giving the Prime Minister policy advice?
- Theresa May’s media team – May’s media team have taken the strategic decision to manage the volume of May’s media appearances.
- Should we all hail the shale? – The announcement of the Shale Wealth Fund brings a mark of consistency with the previous Cameron Government
- May Day: How will Theresa May steer the UK from post-Brexit uncertainty? – Andrew Smith shines a spotlight on ‘Team Theresa’ and asks what it means for business.
- May’s Cabinet – Shaken or Stirred? – May wasted no time in forming her new Government. Below is a profile of the new Cabinet figures.
- Brexit: the results and implications for the UK – The UK has begun a complex game of poker with the EU and now faces a difficult period of negotiation.
We are available to provide a range of counsel and advice for clients on navigating this situation, led by our Brussels, UK and Washington DC public affairs teams, including:
- Bespoke briefings for clients to provide guidance on understanding the future, and clarifying and communicating the issues
- Assessment of client risk and developing a response to manage this, including sector based analysis
- Internal communications support for clients
- Support from the UK PA team to helping clients shape the UK Government’s approach to the future
The Public Affairs team will be providing a Brexit Daily briefing, which will go out 15:00 BST / 10:00 ET time each day with leading developments across the following sectors:
- Financial services
- Digital/ICT market
- Professional/legal services
- Food and agriculture
- Defense/advanced manufacturing