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Corp Comms Awards 2014

Insight Public Affairs was highly commended at the 2014 CorpComms Awards on 26th November for its work with Camden Town Unlimited to ditch the HS1-HS2 Link.

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Specialist Consultancy of the Year!

On Tuesday 22nd October, Insight Public Affairs were crowned Specialist Consultancy of the Year at the PR Week Awards. Our team of smart, hard-working, and committed consultants are immensely proud to win this accolade. But most importantly we have played our part alongside clients in some legacy campaigns, and it is this lasting difference in advancing policy that is our greatest achievement.

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Coverage on NEDs in Financial Times

The attempt by Francis Maude, cabinet secretary, to inject commercial acumen into Whitehall by putting leading business figures on departmental boards is failing to live up to its billing, with some departments rarely consulting their external non-executive directors.

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Briefings

Transport Priorities to 2015: Report of Breakfast Meeting with Louise Ellman MP

With transport policy in a state of flux, Insight Public Affairs invited Louise Ellman MP, Chair of the influential Transport Select Committee, to share her perspective on the main transport priorities and hear from representatives of the industries directly affected. The event was an insightful perspective on the politics behind the current transport debates, the upcoming work of the Transport Select Committee, and the priorities of those within the transport industry.

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Transport Policy Challenges, John Lehal

The party conferences saw a host of platform discussions, fringe meetings and policy seminars exploring the transport and infrastructure issues facing the UK. Minister, Shadow Ministers, MPs, and Peers made the case for urgent action on issues from high speed rail to aviation. As normal life resumes in Whitehall and Westminster, in this article published in the November edition of Transport Times, John Lehal assesses the political reality for transport and infrastructure.

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IPA Briefing on the Heseltine Review

In March 2012, Lord Heseltine was given a broad remit by the Prime Minister, David Cameron MP, to examine ‘how spending departments and other relevant public sector bodies interact with the private sector, and to assess their capacity to deliver pro-growth policies’.

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