Expert Opinion

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Fifty shades of grey? What the manifestos say on defence

As the General Election campaign draws to a close Endeavour Public Affairs’ Liam Purbrick looks at what the individual parties had to say about defence in their manifestos and considers what this will mean for defence post May the 7th. Liam is a defence and security expert.  Prior to joining EPA he spent nine years […]

The magic two per cent: defence by sound-bite?

As the General Election campaign draws to a close Endeavour Public Affairs looks back at how defence featured in the campaign.  In this article EPA’s own Liam Purbrick focuses on the issue of the two per cent of GDP being spent on defence and asks whether this is a sensible approach to deciding how much […]

Endeavour Public Affairs nominated as Fujitsu agency of the year

Earlier this year Endeavour Public Affairs (EPA) were engaged by Fujitsu to help them build an outcome-focused EU public affairs strategy and to advise them on the type of individual Fujitsu should employ to implement this strategy in Brussels. We are delighted to announce that in recognition of the work undertaken on this project that […]

The new European Commission nominees in full

Jean-Claude Juncker (Luxembourg) President Frans Timmermand (Netherlands) First Vice-President Federica Mogherini (Italy) High Representative Kristalina Georgieva (Bulgaria) Vice-President (Budget and Human Resources) Alenka Bratusek (Slovenia) Vice-President (Energy Union) Jyrki Katainen (Finland) Vice-President (Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness) Valdis Dombrovskis (Latvia) Vice-President (Euro and Social Dialogue) Andrus Ansip (Estonia) Vice-President (Digital Single Market) Vytenis Andriukaitis (Lithuania) […]

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