Media Coverage

Media Coverage

BBC
| Covid: Fake news 'causing UK South Asians to reject jab'

Dr Harpreet Sood, Advisor to GC, spoke to the BBC Today programme on combatting disinformation on the covid vaccine being spread to South Asian communities. He said: "We need to be clear and make people realise there is no meat in the vaccine, there is no pork in the vaccine, it has been accepted and endorsed by all the religious leaders and councils and faith communities."

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The Grocer
| What are the tariffs causing disruption to UK products?

Global Counsel Senior Director Stephen Adams says that, while the rules of origin are like those found in any trade deal, the supply chain onto which they have been imposed is not. “Rules of origin are designed for a type of international trade very different to the supermarket distribution networks between the UK and Ireland. This is essentially a domestic distribution model which we now have to treat as an international trade problem.”

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The Hill
| GOP pollster Luntz blasts Trump campaign as worst he's ever seen

Prominent Republican pollster Frank Luntz blasted President Trump and his campaign for focusing on Hunter Biden in the stretch run to Election Day, calling Trump’s campaign the worst he’s ever seen and saying the president’s advisers should be “brought up on charges of political malpractice.” Speaking at a briefing for the British strategic advising company Global Counsel, Luntz said Trump’s advisers have “their heads up their asses” if they think Hunter Biden will be a winning issue for them.

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GQ
| Why the Conservatives need to function without Dominic Cummings (even if he stays)

"The government needs to make sure it has an operation that is bigger than the sum of its parts, rather than simply relying on one or two star performers. It needs to trust more of the government’s own ministers to take meaningful decisions, rather than relying on Number Ten to get it right every time, all the time; it needs to get a thicker skin about criticism, understanding that some of it means well, even if much of it is partisan; and, even with its significant majority, it needs to pick its battles." Alex Dawson for GQ magazine.

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