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  • The FTI Consulting Brexit Healthcare Checklist

    Love it or hate it, there’s no way to avoid Brexit – and with the vote to decide the new location of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) around the corner, there will be significant challenges ahead for business, patient welfare and the broader healthcare sector in Europe. Are you ready for the big Brexit EMA…

  • Brexit: the views of Cameron’s counterparts

    With a referendum definitely on the cards, Brexit has become a distinct possibility. In 2014 David Cameron managed to win the Scottish referendum to keep one union together – will he be able win another to keep Britain in the EU? Keeping his EU partners on side will be key – but what are their…

  • The impact of Brexit on Financial Services

    By the end of 2017, David Cameron has promised a referendum on whether Britain will choose to remain a member of the EU or seek a withdrawal. This paper assesses the consequences a Brexit would have on the City of London, the lifeblood of the British economy. In this briefing paper FTI Consulting’s financial services team…

  • EU renegotiations – What should we realistically expect

    FTI Consulting UK Public Affairs Snapshot – UK EU Renegotiation With the Conservatives now safely back in office for another five years and their pledge to hold a referendum on EU membership now a reality, speculation has turned to what form the government’s renegotiation will take. Will the Prime Minister deliver meaningful change or leave…

  • Anti-US Sentiments – A concern for business?

                  The Snowden revelations, domination of the internet by US companies and the ongoing critical debate about TTIP impact public opinion of US business in the EU. While the US is by far Europe’s most important partner in political as well as economic terms, US companies are increasingly concerned…

  • CCS: A painful start for a promising technology

    Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is critical to achieve the reduction in CO2 emissions necessary to manage global warming and keep energy affordable. However uptake of CCS in the EU has been disappointing – despite political support – and not a single CCS facility in Europe is yet operational. Recent developments in the UK, where…

  • Fog over the Channel – Britain cut off?

    The prospect of the UK leaving the EU is becoming a distinct possibility. Recent polls indicate that more than half of British voters are in favour of a Brexit. David Cameron says he will hold an in/out referendum in 2017 if the Conservatives are returned to government. He has stated he wants to keep the…

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