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Public Affairs and Policy


New Power Balance, New Mandate: What Europe's Election Results Mean for the EU's Future

Europe has gone to the polls and the results are in. The newly elected MEPs will meet in Strasbourg on 16th July and so begins a new...


The Six Pledges: Keir’s Calling Card offers Labour both promise and peril

Britain’s political commentators think they have spotted flaws in Labour’s new platform. They have missed a more fundamental...


Is The Weight Over? Navigating Ireland's 25kg Limit for E-Scooters

Shared e-scooter schemes look like they may be finally coming to Ireland soon - but will operators be able to meet the strict...


Devolution: The Prospects Under a Potential Labour Government

As the May 2nd Local Elections approach in England, the spotlight is naturally on several key battlegrounds and how the results will...


Anticipating Change: The Food & Drink Industry's Expectations from a Labour Government

Polling suggests we are almost certain to see a Labour government before the end of the year. Without a miraculous upturn in fortunes...


The World Rewired: Analysing the Business Impact of the 2024 Elections

Countries with around half the world’s population are going to the polls in 2024. More people are voting this year than in any other...


The Implications of a Big Labour Win

Westminster is waking up to the possibility of a big Labour win. But would a landslide bring the party down?


How the DMCC Bill will set the tone of the digital economy

The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill – which will give new powers to the Digital Markets Unit (DMU) within the CMA to...


The Post Varadkar Era

They say a day is a long time in politics. Well never has a truer phrase applied to the events of the past 24 hours in Irish politics....


A closer look at the Portuguese Elections: What’s at Stake for European Politics?

On Sunday 10 March, 10.8 million Portuguese were summoned to the polls to elect their new Prime Minister. The centre-right Democratic...


Finland's Stubb Era: Open, Secure, and International

On 11 February, Finland elected its new President, Alexander Stubb, the National Coalition Party candidate.


Ireland #GE24 or #GE25?

Four years ago on this very day, the Irish people headed to the polls and elected an historic coalition of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and...

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