PR Week
November 19th 2019
Public Sector Briefing

Our top story this week examines the Grenfell inquiry report and the accompanying evidence given by London Fire Brigade, which reveals that, on the night of the tragedy, its comms team was simply overwhelmed by the unprecedented scale of the disaster which unfolded that night.

LFB was criticised in the first report from the Grenfell inquiry last week. But our exclusive survey of public opinion, conducted since the release of the report on Thursday, shows that the public has a different opinion of the reputation of the brigade and its commissioner, Dany Cotton. 

Enjoy this week’s bulletin

Ian Griggs, editor, Public Sector Briefing
 This week in public sector comms
Exclusive: London Fire Brigade overwhelmed by media during Grenfell disaster
Exclusive: Reputation of London Fire Brigade undiminished by Grenfell Inquiry report, survey shows
Charity Commission's comms chief to become CEO of youth foundation
Exclusive: Most of the £100m for the Government's Brexit campaign remains unspent
The Election Diaries: Mood of the nation is 'divided, angry and broken'
Case study: Spy agency breaks cover to promote Poppy Appeal
New government campaign offers glimpse of climate change future
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