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June 13, 2017

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After the Loudspeaker: Turkey’s Unconventional Coup

The defining moment of a military coup has always been the one in which a new voice rings out over a loudspeaker, announcing an end to the old order of things. Everything before that moment is a war game, followed by a show of force. Everything afterward belongs to the realm of politics. For most … Read more

What Donald Trump Knows That Your Company Doesn’t

Who matters and why it’s okay that nobody else likes you In 2004, The New York Times Magazine published a now famous piece by writer Ron Suskind entitled, “Faith, Certainty and the Presidency of George W. Bush.” Within came a quote from an unnamed presidential aide attacking people like Suskind as being part of the … Read more

Making Up My Own Mind, and Other Lessons I Learned from My Mentor


Changing test2 Most people know Jack Martin as the global chairman and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies or as one of the inventors of public affairs. I know him these days as my boss, but for the last two decades I’ve known Jack as the source of great advice. I’m not sure he’d ever consider himself my … Read more

Autumn Budget 2017: The best man’s speech

Philip Hammond is not particularly renowned as one of the House of Commons’ great wits, but he littered his Autumn Budget speech with dad jokes. Taking aside the question of whether the Budget is the place for a stand-up routine, these were our top four: 1) The Hammond-May cough skit In a playful nod to … Read more

Am I Disgusted By Tomic’s Comments? Or Do I Respect Them?

Welcome to Tuesday Team Talk. Every week, the H+K Sports team will give a unique perspective on the stories making the headlines across the world of sport. On Tuesday afternoon, tennis player Bernard Tomic wandered back to the locker room at Wimbledon having been soundly defeated in straight sets by his first-round opponent, Mischa Zverev. … Read more

Women’s Sport Week: Battle of the Blogs

For Women’s Sports Week, four members of the the H+K Sports team tasked themselves to give their perspective on the below statement in 250 words. Here you can find the different opinions from both a male and female point of view. Girls are more suited to some sports over others and we shouldn’t strive for equal … Read more

Queen’s Speech: what it means for financial services

The usual pomp and ceremony associated with a normal state opening of Parliament was played down today. Theresa May needed to negotiate right to the wire with the DUP and ended up with a minority Government. Many Conservative MPs are unhappy. Further strain has been placed on Theresa May from 30 Conservative backbenchers who’ve declared … Read more

Queen’s Speech: implications for energy and transport

For energy and transport the Queen’s Speech was a little light. However, this is unlikely to come as a huge shock for sectors that are awaiting key policy decisions (Industrial Strategy, Low Carbon Growth Plan, Air Quality Plan, and National Productivity Investment Fund) rather than new legislation. Equally they may welcome that their futures are … Read more

What’s the significance of today’s speech?

Today’s Queen’s Speech could perhaps be summarised by the removal of the word great from the formerly “Great” Repeal Bill. This was an austere speech that focused on core issues like Brexit, social justice infrastructure and technology, stripping away the bravado of May’s previous Government. Yet it was also an important speech. Firstly we must … Read more