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Euro Channel: Who will lead the environmental revolution in a post-Covid world?

2020 has become synonymous with scenes of empty roads, disserted airports and quiet highstreets. Demand for energy fell to its lowest levels since World War Two and carbon emissions tumbled by approximately 6% in 2020 alone. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has predicted a major surge in CO2 emissions from energy this year as the … Continued

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About Whitehouse Whitehouse Communications is an issues led communications agency, specialising in public affairs, policy analysis, media relations and crises communications. We advise clients on how to effectively and positively engage with key the decision makers of Westminster, Whitehall, Brussels and local government. Equal opportunities statement We are committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment … Continued

Human rights at risk for asylum seekers in Rwanda | Whitehouse

Despite a last-minute legal appeal thwarting the first planned flight to send asylum seekers to Rwanda, the UK government has vowed to press on with its controversial plans to deter those crossing the English Channel. The government’s announced agreement to send those seeking asylum in the UK to landlocked Rwanda in Central Africa has drawn … Continued

UK Public Affairs Training

Our approach to public affairs is based on the idea that effective engagement in politics should be based on what you know, not who you know. UK Public Affairs Experts Our specialised UK public affairs training courses and workshops are led by Whitehouse experts. We aim to equip your team and key spokespeople with the … Continued

Government doubles down on anti-protest legislation

Last year, the Government introduced a raft of last-minute amendments to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (now Act), which attracted furious backlash from politicians and human rights activists across the UK. The amendments sought to criminalise “locking on”, obstructions of major transport works, interference with operation of key national infrastructure, and amongst other … Continued

Whitehouse sustainable food systems policy bites – May 2022

Every month, the Whitehouse food and nutrition policy team brings you the latest policy and regulatory developments, helping you understand and shape the future of sustainable food systems. You can subscribe to our newsletter here to get exclusive insights directly into your inbox. In addition, below you can find some of the top stories that caught … Continued

Boris Johnson And The Partygate Scandal

In this week’s edition of Who’s Top, Who’s Not, we discuss the windfall tax U-turn, the new chair of the Environment Committee and of course, the impact of ‘Partygate’ on the PM. WTWN takes a break for parliamentary recess next week but we’ll be back on 10th June.

Whitehouse sustainable food systems policy bites – April 2022

Every month, the Whitehouse food and nutrition policy team brings you the latest policy and regulatory developments, helping you understand and shape the future of sustainable food systems. You can subscribe to our newsletter here to get exclusive insights directly into your inbox. In addition, below you can find some of the top stories that caught … Continued

French presidential elections: what to expect?

With his presidency hanging in the balance, can Macron cobble together enough votes to see off the threat from the far-right? On Sunday 24th April, French citizens will head to the polls to cast their vote for the incumbent presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and the far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. In comparison to the last … Continued