Month: May 2019

European Elections: Punishment for those without a clear view on Brexit

As predicted by many commentators and political sources, both Labour and the Conservatives have been dealt hammer blows from the electorate over Brexit at the European elections. The Tories suffered the most with a crushing defeat, failing to even scrape 10% of the poll nationally (less than the Green Party). The result shows that parties …

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CAREERS: Associate Director [Public Affairs]

Nudge Factory is expanding and we are looking to recruit an Associate Director (SAM/AD) to our talented team. Our ideal candidate will be an established public affairs consultant, with the confidence to lead clients and with a solid understanding of Westminster and Whitehall. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate a broad base of …

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“We all like to be beside the seaside…” or do we?

Kevin Davis, Managing Partner, Local Government, argues that we should embrace the Victorian view of the seaside towns as places where government should offer incentives to generate investment. The English seaside was effectively destroyed as a destination for holidays with the emergence of package holidays and cheap flights in the 1970s. Successive governments have fought …

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Local Elections Analysis 2019: The Day of the Livids?

The Results Last Thursday (2 May) saw local elections take place across large swathes of the UK. The contests were seen as a significant test of public opinion for both the Government and the Labour Party, with Brexit (or lack thereof) likely to play a major role in the outcome. It looks like voters livid …

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