DIARY: Westminster Policy Partnership discovers the joys of two wheels

Just weeks after Westminster was quibbling over just how much use John Major had made of Ian Greer’s Daimler, ex-Ian Greer Associates group managing director Andrew Smith has indicated that life may be a little more rugged from now on.

Just weeks after Westminster was quibbling over just how much use John

Major had made of Ian Greer’s Daimler, ex-Ian Greer Associates group

managing director Andrew Smith has indicated that life may be a little

more rugged from now on.



Smith, now at Westminster Policy Partnership, was snapped this week

adopting an Easy Rider pose with fellow joint managing director Paddy

Gillford.



Smith, who has just passed his motorbike test, tells me - with perhaps a

touch of irony - that his new firm has company bikes rather than company

cars.



‘You might well find me turning up at clients’ offices on a bike, from

now on,’ he adds ‘and dropping off the odd document’.



As long as he puts his helmet on.



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