Alex Mulchrone

Alex returned to Interel in 2017, having completed a placement year in the research team in 2015. His work supports clients in sectors including defence and security, infrastructure and energy. Alex’s own political interests include international relations and foreign policy, and he has previous experience in the legal and policy fields. Outside of work, Alex enjoys quiz shows and rugby. Alex holds a First class BSc (hons) in Politics with International Relations from the University of Bath.

Posts by Alex Mulchrone

Your Essential guide to the Cabinet

Throughout her campaign, Theresa May had said ‘’Brexit means Brexit’’. She clearly meant it. After a whirlwind leadership election, May has kept up the pace of change with a far-reaching and radical reshuffle, punctuated by Brexit jobs for Brexiteers, a cull of Cameron and Osborne loyalists, and an overhauling of Whitehall organisation. May’s team had […]

Will Theresa May follow through?

With all that has happened in UK politics since Monday morning it is important to remember the starting gun of this week’s particular brand of madness. In Birmingham, Theresa May set out her strategy for what she thought then could be a long drawn out contest for the role of Conservative Party leader. The speech […]

Welcome to Theresa May’s Britain

Theresa May will be Prime Minister of the UK by Wednesday evening. Following the Prime Minister’s announcement that he will formally step down after Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, Theresa May will become this country’s new Prime Minister. In a speech this morning, Ms May hinted at some key themes which will be likely to […]

Unanswered questions for EU Nationals

One of the first political crises to flow from last month’s referendum is one that nobody saw coming. Theresa May, the Home Secretary-cum-Prime Minister in waiting has refused to guarantee EU nationals currently living in Britain the right to remain. There were many bitter disputes during the Referendum campaign; trade with Europe, strain on public […]

Baffled in Brussels? Our guide to the last week…

Interel Senior Associate Richard Steel provides a quick summary of where Brussels stands on Brexit following a busy week of activity. We expect some relative calm is likely to descend on the Brexit debate in Brussels as EU leaders wait for a new British Prime Minister and the activation of Article 50. With the Conservative […]

Brexit Update: The leadership Runners and Riders

Conservatives They say that a week is a long time in Politics. Well, we now know that a day is rather a long time as well. We now know the 5 candidates vying for to be the next Tory leader and Prime Minister, and it’s not exactly as you’d expect. After leading the Leave campaign […]