PR Week
January 24th 2020
Public Affairs &
Political Comms Bulletin

Welcome back to the fortnightly public affairs and political comms bulletin in what has already been a significant month for the sectors, with news of an important merger, senior hires and lucrative account wins.

This week, our editor also explores how a new wave of political influencers have become 'lightning rods' of debate.

Tickets are now on sale for PRWeek's inaugural corporate and public affairs summit at the end of March, with confirmed speakers including Laurian Hubbard, Brexit campaign lead at the Cabinet Office and Nigel Milton, director of communications at Heathrow Airport.

Enjoy this week’s bulletin

Ian Griggs, editor, Public Affairs & Political Comms Bulletin   
 This week in public affairs & political comms
Cicero joins Maitland in Havas AMO network ahead of expected acquisition
Exclusive: Former parliamentary aide joins WA Communications
Asda appoints public affairs consultancy
Game of influence: how new-wave political influencers became 'lightning rods' of debate
Former ABPI public affairs chief and London mayoral adviser joins healthcare agency
Google poaches Microsoft public affairs specialist
The new normal for media relations in Boris Johnson's Britain
Now we have a government with a large majority and the ability to do stuff, there is some real lobbying to do
Cash bonus as BritainThinks marks transfer to employee ownership

Account Director to Associate Director - Planning, Engagement & Corporate Projects , Premier Resourcing UK
£50k - 70k per year + Strong Benefits, London
Associate Director- Public Affairs , JFL Search & Selection
c.80k - 90k DOE, London (Greater)
Public Affairs Officer , McDonalds
Competitive DOE + Excellent Bens, London (Greater)
Account Manager (Strategic Communications and Public Affairs Campaigns) , Red Flag
Competitive, London (Central), London (Greater)
Account Executive (Strategic Communications and Public Affairs Campaigns) , Red Flag
Competitive, London (Central), London (Greater)
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