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The Year That Was – 2017

19th December 2017

This year has seen all manner of political and cultural surprises, it has seen the astonishing rise of Corbyn, our first taste of Trumpism and the sweeping reach of #MeToo. We spoke with Pagefield friends Tim Shipman, Deborah Mattinson, Christian May, Laura Kuenssberg & Claire Fox to understand the year that was.

PMQs 13/12/17

13th December 2017

Sam Postlethwaite watches PMQs so you don’t have to

PMQs 06/12/2017

6th December 2017

Pagefield’s newest recruit George Duncan watched today’s PMQs, so in case you missed it – here’s his take.

Supporting ‘Global Britain’ – not ‘Britain First’

1st December 2017

Trump’s retweeting of the far-right group Britain First placed new pressure on the ‘special relationship’ this week. But with the US an important strategic partner for ‘Global Britain’, Ben Stetson asks how the Prime Minister can demonstrate the need for cordial relations whilst recognising Trump’s low approval rating in the UK.

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Edward Young – Deputy Private Secretary to The Queen

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Nicola Shaw – Executive Director UK, National Grid and former Chief Executive, HS1 Ltd

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David Iron – Executive Director, Lunar Mission One

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Jane Fields – CMO, Ctrl-Shift