FEATURE: ‘Health in Parliament’ - politicians’ priorities revealed

Which health-related topics do MPs and Lords raise in Parliament? Here, Simon Gentry presents the results of research on this topic by his agency, and explains why they should matter to PA professionals


FEATURE: Immigration: less is more?

From asylum-seekers to cats, immigration is a hot-button issue. Adam Hill finds out who is making economic arguments for and against more people coming into the UK

David Cameron

2011 party conferences: Conservative report

‘Leadership’ was the Conservatives’ theme as they convened in Manchester last week. Here, six PA professionals with party links answer our eight questions about the party conference

Ed Miliband

2011 party conferences: Labour report

Ed Miliband sought to distance himself from his Labour leadership predecessors in Liverpool. Here, four PA professionals with party links reflect on a few days by the Mersey for the Labour Party conference

Nick Clegg

2011 party conferences: Lib Dem report

What has the Coalition ever done for us? Grumbling Lib Dem delegates wanted an answer at this year’s party conference in Birmingham. Here, four PA professionals with party links reflect on the conference

Solar power

Who loves the sun?

The Government appears unconvinced by the prospects for solar power in the UK. But Adam Hill finds that its advocates haven’t given up hope just yet

PAN job-swap

'Life on the other side of the fence' (in-house/agency job-swap)

Cancer Research UK’s head of public affairs and campaigning, Jon Spiers, recently went on secondment to the agency Insight Public Affairs. Here, he and Insight’s John Lehal discuss how the exchange worked


The CEO interviews

Public Affairs News asks six chief executives of representative bodies about their public affairs backgrounds, how this informs their decision-making at the top of their organisations, and what advice they have for PA pros wanting to follow in their footsteps up the career ladder

Randy Pettipas

Canada's lobbyist registration rules: Q&A

Canada is often cited as having an admirable lobbyist registration framework. As EU states queue up to set up similar schemes, Ian Hall quizzes two Canadian public affairs pros about their country’s registration rules

Business equity

AGENCY MANAGEMENT: 'We think you're great and want to offer you equity...'

If you’re an ambitious lobbyist planning to start your own agency – or stay loyal to your current consultancy – you should understand ‘equity’ and ‘share options’. With some agencies even dangling equity in front of new hires, what does it amount to? Ian Hall reports

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