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GK Strategy hires Alistair Burt and John Griffith-Jones

Former Conservative MP & Health Minister Alistair Burt and ex-Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Chair John Griffith-Jones have joined GK Strategy, the public affairs agency announced today. The pair have been appointed as Strategic Advisers to bolster GK’s strategic counsel offer to clients in the...

Louise Allen 22nd Sep, 2020 Insight

Analysis of the Chancellor’s ‘Plan for Jobs’ announcement: David Laws

Analysis of the Chancellor’s ‘Plan for Jobs’ announcement: The next step towards economic recovery from covid-19 “No wonder the Chancellor of the Exchequer is one of the most popular politicians in Britain. Anyone expecting the tapering away of the hugely expensive Furlough Scheme to be followed by a period of austerity would have been surprised today. “Much that has already been leaked was in the...

Louise Allen 8th Jul, 2020 Insight

What would Jeremy Do? Assessing change of government impact

The first question we are asked by investors is ‘What would a change of government mean for us?”.  Whilst polling suggests that the Conservatives, despite a challenging political record and little domestic policy progress, are still likely winners of a future general election, scenario mapping the alternative is critical. These are uncertain times, and investors and businesses need to be armed with strategies for risk mitigation informed by robust and well-evidenced insights. When...

Louise Allen 18th Feb, 2019 Insight