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ICG Brexit Update 27 January

Welcome to ICG’s Brexit Update, bringing you news and analysis as the UK leaves the European Union. ICG is becoming part of Four Communications – one of the biggest public affairs agencies in London. Get in touch to find out more.

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ICG ACQUIRED BY FOUR COMMUNICATIONS GROUP

Four has acquired public affairs and corporate communications agency Insight Consulting Group (ICG). ICG is a 30-strong agency specialising in public policy advice for organisations and trade bodies in the healthcare, entertainment, professional services and third sectors among others.

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Robert Colvile joins ICG

ICG has expanding its Media Task Force of high level journalist associates with the hire of CapX editor Robert Colvile. Working as a senior media advisor Mr Colvile will help ICG’s clients to navigate the new media environment.

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MIKE ASHLEY PROVES THE IMPORTANCE OF HOLISTIC THINKING IN PR

Some people disparagingly talk about PR as being all about spin: that it is all about style over substance. It is true that PR folk are highly cognizant of what things look like. But it is because of the substance not despite it. It is the job of PR’s to see our clients’ through their customers’ and stakeholders’ eyes. Take Mike Ashley the billionaire boss of Sports Direct.

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May vs Leadsom

We have our candidates to become the next Prime Minister. The Home Secretary, Theresa May, will face off against Andrea Leadsom, the Energy Minister and high-profile Leave campaigner. Both candidates will now make their case to members of the Conservative Party, with a result announced on 9 September.

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Politics and Mechanics of Brexit

The referendum result on Friday was a major shock to both the political and economic system in the UK, and has created great uncertainty for organisations like yours all across the UK. We now face years of unprecedented political upheaval as we negotiate our exit from the EU, and perhaps both major political parties negotiate a change in their own leadership.

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