Election 97

PR Week has signed up a panel of former communications supremos from each of the three main parties to provide incisive commentary on the battle of spin during the election campaign.

PR Week has signed up a panel of former communications supremos

from each of the three main parties to provide incisive commentary on

the battle of spin during the election campaign.



Starting with next week’s issue, former Tory communications director

Hugh Colver, Labour’s John Underwood, and the Liberal Democrats’ Olly

Grender will be giving their expert verdicts on each party’s PR

performance as the campaign progresses.



Meanwhile, our regular columnist Sir Bernard Ingham will also be giving

his own unique insight into the way the parties are handling their

respective bids to woo the voters.



Analysis, p7. Leader, p9



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