Westminster Strategy account director Andrew Caesar-Gordon is strongly
tipped to land a job as special adviser to the Cabinet Office.
Caesar-Gordon, 27, who joined Westminster Strategy four years ago as an
account executive, looks set to work for Roger Freeman, Chancellor of
the Duchy of Lancaster and public service minister.
In the new role, Caesar-Gordon would be likely to work on the
presentation and co-ordination of Government policies and to advise on
such areas as competitiveness and deregulation and the Civil Service.
He would succeed Paul Judge, former chief executive of Conservative
Party Central Office, who left last week.
Caesar-Gordon confirmed that discussions about the post had taken place
but stressed that no formal decision had yet been made.
Before joining Westminster Strategy, Caesar-Gordon worked as a local
government desk officer in Central Office’s research department and as
an adviser to the Tory Party in Liverpool.