17 Dec 2010
| by Jon McLeod, public affairs & corp comms chairman, WeberShandwick
The great thing about being in PR is that everyone knows how to do a better job than you.
10 Dec 2010
| by John Lehal, MD, Insight Public Affairs
he persistence of unpaid internships in media, politics and comms is one of the greatest injustices for young graduates, who find themselves in unpaid work, offered only a paltry lunch or travel allowance.
03 Dec 2010
| by Kathrine Bancroft, associate director, PLMR
As I write, Labour leader Ed Miliband has yet to unveil his new comms chief. The Westminster buzz is that when he does, that person will be from a broadcast background. This is a fascinating development that, for all the talk of a break from the ways of New Labour, has some serious but relevant echoes...
26 Nov 2010
| by James Frayne, partner, Westbourne Communications
How can the Government stop the polls slipping? With sluggish growth, rising inflation and unemployment, and cuts to public services, the Government's grid won't make comforting viewing for key strategists in the coalition.
16 Jul 2010
| by George McGregor, director, Interel Consulting UK
Public affairs is changing, with the value of good communications increasingly being recognised in the boardroom.
28 May 2010
| by Ben Abbotts, head of public affairs, Lansons Communications
Not only is a coalition scenario familiar to many Lib Dem ministers, they believe in it too.
23 Apr 2010
| by Sacha Deshmukh, chief executive, Mandate Communications
It was Nick Clegg wot won it. At Mandate's leaders' debate party, Channel 4's Krishnan Guru-Murthy gave us all a 'teach-in' on the winning techniques to look out for.
09 Apr 2010
| by Peter Bingle, chairman, Bell Pottinger Public Affairs
The next six months are going to be frantic for the public affairs industry.
05 Mar 2013
| by Nick Williams
Despite these 13 years of comms experience, the Prime Minister looks like a man who has failed to learn key comms fundamentals, says Fleishman-Hillard's Nick Williams.
14 Sep 2012
George Osborne is thought to have lost patience with the localism agenda and obstacles it creates for housing and infrastructure projects.