What does a successful Brexit result look like from a UK perspective? And how do PR practitioners prepare their clients and organisations for different Brexit scenarios? These were the tasks for a group of 18 PR professionals who met in London end of May for the second “Brexit scenario planning” of the PR industry association Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). As a Member of the CIPR, I participated in this session, as well, and discussed with colleagues of different institutions about “worst case”, “best case” and “most likely” scenarios. Not surprisingly, the findings for the “most likely scenarios” were not acceptable to the participants in the end. So the groups drew out implications for public relations practice to prepare for Brexit and carry out damage control. Read the complete report of the session here.