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Stuart Thomson

Head of Public Affairs at Bircham Dyson Bell

London, United Kingdom

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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 worked 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‘ and ‘Public Affairs in Practice‘ (for the Chartered Institute of Public Relations). ‘New Activism and the Corporate Response’ was heralded that “every aspiring business leader should read” by MIS Asia. Stuart regularly writes and lectures on a range of business and political issues. Stuart recently released a book published by Britain’s leading political publisher, Biteback. ‘The Dictionary of Labour Quotations‘ is available to buy from Biteback’s website. He has appeared on Sky News and BBC 5 Live and has been a judge for both the Public Affairs News and PR Week Awards.

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Independent Reports Never Achieve Anything

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A (Very) Modern Media Operation

The latest publication by the Government Communication Service (GCS) is yet another great read.

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The power of public

There barely seems to be a week that goes past without a leading CEO or politician failing to remember that everything they say and do is...

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May's new approach is already dead

One of the main conclusions from the General Election was that Mrs May ran a very tight, central core of advisers who few seemed able to...

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