PR Week
January 24th 2020
Public Sector Briefing

Welcome back to the bulletin in what has already been a significant month for public sector comms – with new campaigns launched, senior hires made and the suspension of a government comms chief amid allegations of bullying.

This week, we take a look at the comms battle-lines being drawn between counter-terror police and environmental protesters as both sides seek to win support for their stance. As the clamour for action on climate change grows louder, which voice will win the hearts and minds of the public?

Enjoy this week’s bulletin

Regards,
Ian Griggs, editor, Public Sector Bulletin
 
 
 This week in public sector comms
 
 
Battle lines drawn between activists and police in comms war
 
 
Government comms chief suspended in bullying row
 
 
Competition is GREAT: Agencies vie for multimillion-pound government contract
 
 
How we in counter-terror comms responded to negative coverage over Extinction Rebellion
 
 
Exclusive: Health bosses channel 50s B-movies for pharmacist campaign
 
 
'New blood' required as LGcomms chair announces decision to step down
 
 
NHS Property Services appoints comms head from BCW
 
 
Loyal FCO press officer rewarded with MBE
 
 
Director Content Creation (10469) , European Patent Office (EPO)
 
Grade: G13/3 (net (basic) monthly salary* for this vacancy: EUR 12 865.08), Munich (Stadt), Bayern (DE)
Account Director (Corporate Communications) , Built Environment Communication Group (BECG)
 
Circa £50,000, London (Central), London (Greater)
Head of Communications , FCO Services
 
£49,660 - £62,250 plus £1,750 location allowance and excellent benefits, Based at Hanslope Park, Milton Keynes, with regular travel to London
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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