Ex-Prescott aide heads to Citigate

One of former deputy prime minister John Prescott’s key advisers is moving to public ­affairs with a senior role at Citigate Dewe Rogerson.

Mick Halloran will join the agency’s recently formed public affairs arm CDR Public Policy as a director.

Halloran, a former Labour Party staffer, started working as a special adviser to Prescott in 2004 – alongside Joan Hammell and Alan Schofield, now deputy political editor at The Sunday Times. He stayed at Prescott’s side until the deputy prime minister stepped down earlier this year along with Tony Blair.

In the new role, Halloran reports to CDR Public Policy MD Simon Nayyar.

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