PR Week
November 19th 2019
Public Affairs &
Political Comms Bulletin

In our top story today, our expert General Election panel of political comms and public affairs specialists begins to dissect the campaign highlights and missteps in the week since the election was announced.

It has already been an eventful week, with gaffes, high-profile resignations and complaints of chicanery – and it’s only just getting started!

We also have a the start of our partnership with the strategy and insight company BritainThinks, which will take the temperature of the mood of the electorate – and it’s response to attempts by politicians to win their votes – throughout the campaign period.

Elsewhere in the bulletin, it’s the end of an era as Portland’s founder steps down and we also reveal the industry candidates who hope to become MPs in December.

Enjoy this week’s bulletin 


Regards,
Ian Griggs, editor, Public Affairs & Political Comms Bulletin   
 
 
 This week in public affairs & political comms
 
 
General Election Panel: Conservatives misfire as parties move into full campaign mode
 
 
Exclusive: Portland founder Tim Allan steps down
 
 
People's Vote campaign staff strike back against Finsbury's Roland Rudd following sackings
 
 
Revealed: The industry professionals standing in the general election
 
 
The Election Diaries: Mood of the nation is 'divided, angry and broken'
 
 
Former Vote Leave campaigner and education specialist to join Public First
 
 
PR agency boss named Brexit Party election comms chief
 
 
Political messaging: there will be not one general election, but 650 local ones
 
 
OUTstanding list highlights senior LGBT+ industry figures
 
 
McKesson UK hires agency and political veteran to lead public affairs
 
 

Senior Communications Officer , National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)
 
£36,237 rising to £38,145 after 12 months, Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London N1
Associate- Corporate/Strategic , JFL Search & Selection
 
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Account Executive – Public Affairs/ Planning , JFL Search & Selection
 
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Account Manager - Corporate Communications / Planning , JFL Search & Selection
 
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