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Pagefield / Saxton Bampfylde : ‘The Morning After’ Breakfast Referendum Briefing

27th June 2016

On Friday morning we hosted our ‘Morning After’ breakfast in association with Saxton Bampfylde looking at what happens next after Brexit. Daisy McAndrew, former Economics Editor of ITV chaired a panel of Andrew Pierce of the Daily Mail, Kevin Macguire of the Mirror, Sir Christopher Meyer and Elissa Bayer from Investec to dicuss the fall out. Watch a video of the event here:

Head to Head: Cameron’s EU renegotiation

5th February 2016

The first in a new series of ‘Head to Head’ debates on topical issues, Nathan Jones and Josh Lambkin look at the impact of the Prime Minister’s renegotiation on the EU.

The five characteristics of great campaigns

11th November 2015

PR Week’s Editor-in-Chief, Danny Rogers guest blogs for Pagefield on the five elements that make a successful campaign – the third in a series of essays on campaigning marking our fifth birthday.

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