Iain Anderson

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Iain Anderson is executive chairman at Cicero Group. 

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When I want to go about a positive conversation with someone, the words “destructive” and “out of control” don’t usually [...]

22 February
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Public relations as an industry has been in the headlines again. The whole Bell Pottinger saga raises lots of questions – not [...]

6 September
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I will be walking through central London on Saturday afternoon. [...]

7 July
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Like you, I have absolutely no idea what Brexit means now. [...]

14 June
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Since the UK as a whole voted to leave the EU, it has been a question of “when” rather than “if” we would see a second [...]

13 March
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In just just a few days the UK will embark on one of the longest multilateral negotiations in its history as the Prime Minister [...]

23 February
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When was the last time you jumped off a cliff? Never. Sounds like a very sound plan to me. As the UK looks to form new trading [...]

16 December
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What is it about luxury yachts that seems to get policy-makers so worked up? [...]

29 November
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Failure by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to win the Italian constitutional referendum should indeed lead to Italy’s exit from [...]

24 November
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Those obsessing about “the deal” we get with the European Union miss some basic truths. People and companies trade with [...]

12 September
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So we know London didn’t vote to leave the EU and nor did Scotland or Northern Ireland. But we know England did. For many [...]

28 June
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Lobbyists might never finish first in a popularity contest, but as an industry whose job it is to stick up for causes, whether [...]

25 September
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FINANCIAL markets seem to be doing a better job of making the case against Scottish independence than our politicians. Since [...]

9 September
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