Labour press man moves to F-H

Fleishman-Hillard has further strengthened its public affairs firepower by hiring a senior Labour Party press officer, just weeks after snaring the BBC's Guto Harri.

Tim Nuthall will join the agency's Brussels office after three years at the Labour Party press office. Before this he worked for the parliamentary party's MP support unit in the House of Commons.

Nuthall is the latest new recruit to add to Fleishman-Hillard's lobbying credentials. PRWeek recently revealed that Harri is to join the agency's public affairs arm (PRWeek, 15 February).

In 2007, the agency hired Simon Benson, a former special adviser to current Home Secretary Jacqui Smith. 

It also hired Sophie Pim, who had worked in David Cameron's private office, and Shaya Raymond, previously a political researcher to shadow cabinet member Theresa May.

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