The Whitehouse Consultancy
I was recently interviewed by Public Affairs News, the main publication for those working in the UK and EU lobbying industry. The feature was part of a series where the director of the Public Relations Consultants’ Association invites a senior communications professional to share their insights into politics and current affairs.
During my interview I argue that the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Leader of the Opposition will make it extremely difficult for Labour to regain power in 2020; that the Liberal Democrats will continue to struggle for relevance; that the recent UKIP campaign was poorly executed and a wasted opportunity; and that Britain will vote to stay in the European Union in 2017.
You can read the interview here and, as always, I would be grateful for any comments or feedback.
I’ve been interviewed by Public Affairs Networking, a website for those who work in public affairs and the policy and communications sector.
You can read my interview in two parts. In the first part I talk about my position as Associate Director of The Whitehouse Consultancy and how my role as a lobbyist helps me deliver a better service as a councillor, and in the second part I give advice to students and recent graduates who are interested in pursuing a career in politics or government relations.