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Labour Conference 2017: What next for business?

28th September 2017

Returning from a trip to the Brighton seaside Ben Winter looks at what this year’s Labour Conference means for the private sector, and what the next steps for business must be.

Activate: chasing the youth vote

4th September 2017

News of a Tory youth campaign hit headlines last week. Activate, a grassroots Conservative youth movement as yet unaffiliated with the Party did not enjoy the reception it might have hoped for. Hal Stevenson argues that when it comes to the youth vote the Tories have much bigger issues at hand.

PMQs 12/07/2017

12th July 2017

Peter Turay watched today’s PMQs so you don’t have to – here’s his take.

“Her Majesty was delighted. Very seasoned hands in our press office say they cannot remember a day that got such amazing coverage”

Edward Young – Deputy Private Secretary to The Queen

“There is strength in depth in the likeable team at Pagefield and we have felt that they have provided us with very high quality support throughout.”

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

“Their strategic vision, creative approach and absolute commitment to delivering flawless communications have been central to achieving our goal today.”

David Iron – Executive Director, Lunar Mission One

“As a team, Pagefield completely works – the  energy and the combination of integrity, principles, expertise, drive, and passion all make for an outstanding secret sauce that I have never come by before and I know doesn’t exist elsewhere. Together we have made a huge impact on Ctrlshift, its brand, its identity and its growth.”

Jane Fields – CMO, Ctrl-Shift