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Stuart Thomson

Head of Public Affairs at Bircham Dyson Bell

London, United Kingdom

About Me

Stuart is a public affairs and communications specialist advising clients on all elements of their public affairs strategies including political and corporate communications and reputation management.

His work also includes consultation and planning communications and he has advised on a number of high profile media relations and crisis communications programmes.

Stuart is an honorary research fellow at the University of Aberdeen and is the author of several books including ‘New Activism and the Corporate Response‘ (heralded as a book that “every aspiring business leader should read” by MIS Asia), ‘Public Affairs in Practice‘ and ‘The Dictionary of Labour Quotations‘ which was published by Britain’s leading political publisher, Biteback. His most recently published book, ‘Public Affairs: A Global Perspective’ has been called ‘an absolute treasure-trove’ and is a recommended read by the Government Communication Service (GCS).

Stuart regularly writes and lectures on a range of business and political issues and as well as blogging for BDB he contributes to the Huffington Post and has written for the CBI, UKTI, Total Politics and LabourList. He is also an adviser to the Entrepreneurs Network (TEN).

He has appeared on Sky News, BBC 5 Live, BBC World, the Today programme and on Ukrainian TV and has been a judge for both the Public Affairs News and PR Week Awards.

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Social media vs Select Committee

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All Power to the Powerhouse

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The king of comms?

Michael Gove has chosen to criticise social media for story / non-story around animal sentience rather than consider what it really means...

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Feel the political pressure

Any organisation on the receiving end of an investigation, wherever it may originate, should know that the political pressure is coming...

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Jeremy Corbyn is showing a deftness of touch that many would never have thought possible. The team around him are now always on the...

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