London,
03
November
2016
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13:29
Europe/London

High Court's Brexit ruling epitomises comms failings

The President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), Rob Brown FCIPR, has reacted to the High Court's decision denying Government the opportunity to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without a parliamentary vote.

Rob Brown FCIPR, CIPR President, Managing Partner of Rule 5
The grave communications failures which have marred discussions around Britain’s position in relation to the European Union have now extended to the logistical process of triggering Article 50.

Today’s verdict from the High Court epitomises the opaque nature of the wider discussions on Brexit. The far-reaching breakdown in communications, coupled with a lack of understanding from all parties, has resulted in poorer levels of trust in institutions across the UK”

 
Rob Brown FCIPR, CIPR President, Managing Partner of Rule 5

The CIPR National Conference is set to explore the strategic role of public relations following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Join some of Europe's leading PR professionals including Alex Aiken, Government Communications and Colin Byrne, Weber Shandwick on 22 November at London's Barbican.