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By Sabrina Huck, Political Consultant The UK has the Queen’s speech – the European Union has the annual State of the Union address. Delivered by the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker’s performance might be lacking pomp and circumstance in comparison to the State Opening of Parliament, but it serves a similar purpose in… » read more

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By Elias Papadopoulos, Political Consultant In early March the European Commission published a Roadmap on the Evaluation of the Regulation on the functioning of the internal market. In place since 1998, an assessment of the Regulation is indeed long overdue. Perhaps nowhere is intra-EU free trade more problematic than when it comes to food. As… » read more

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By Chenoa Geerts, Associate Political Consultant The Netherlands. Known for its windmills, tulips and “Netherlands Second” plea, this week it’s attracted international attention to its parliamentary elections. After a turbulent 12 months in which the UK voted for Brexit and Donald Trump was elected US President, the question was whether the populist trend would continue… » read more

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In his latest column for The Universe weekly newspaper, Whitehouse Consultancy Chairman, Chris Whitehouse, contrasts the thriving United Kingdom economy with those of other major European Member States. You can read the full article here. The Whitehouse Consultancy is one of Europe’s leading public affairs and communications agencies.

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Chris Whitehouse, Chairman of leading London Public Affairs agency, The Whitehouse Consultancy, warns of the consequences of Cameron’s in/out referendum pledge on Europe Day (9th May). The commitment of Prime Minister, David Cameron, to hold an “In/Out” Referendum in 2017 on the country’s membership of the European Union risks smashing the mould of British politics… » read more

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Staffing crises and soaring workloads at a UK Government Agency have forced it to throw up its hands in bureaucratic despair, a bizarre email acknowledgment suggests. If you have recently written to the UK Food Standards Agency Novel Foods Team, here is the message you’ve probably received: “If your enquiry relates to submitting a novel… » read more

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Cowboy businesses are no longer welcome in the sport nutrition sector as it becomes increasingly mainstream and regulatory compliant. There was a time when sports nutrition was a word associated with big tubs of unappealing powders and hyper-muscled men consuming steroid-like hormones in gym changing rooms. It is fair to say that protein powders still… » read more

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