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As Support for Corbyn’s Leadership Begins to Slip Away, What’s Next for Labour?
As Support for Corbyn’s Leadership Begins to Slip Away, What’s Next for Labour?
By Mark Gerred
14/03/17
How the Scottish Government is Addressing the Gender Pay Gap
How the Scottish Government is Addressing the Gender Pay Gap
By Emma Divers
08/03/17
World Book Day 2017 - What Are PLMR Reading?
World Book Day 2017 - What Are PLMR Reading?
By plmradmin
02/03/17
Crisis And Reputation Management - Oscars Gaffe What Will Happen Next?
Crisis And Reputation Management - Oscars Gaffe What Will Happen Next?
By Kevin Craig
27/02/17
What will the Lords do about Brexit?
What will the Lords do about Brexit?
By David Madden
21/02/17
The Week Ahead in Holyrood - 20th February
The Week Ahead in Holyrood - 20th February
By Emma Divers
21/02/17
A Big Week for Scotland’s Life Sciences Sector
A Big Week for Scotland’s Life Sciences Sector
By Robin Dyet
10/02/17
Brexit and the Equine Sector
Brexit and the Equine Sector
By Zoe Chadwick
31/01/17
Unite – Disunited?
Unite – Disunited?
By Eve Preston
10/01/17
The Race for Richmond Park
The Race for Richmond Park
By Zoe Chadwick
26/10/16
Taking on the NIMBYs
Osborne’s planning reforms might not go down well in the Tory shires – but are essential.
By Ollie Lane
10/07/15
Why political campaigns need videos
Mike Ramsden on why having a short film is so important to modern political campaigning
By Mike Ramsden
25/06/15
Homes for Londoners: Vote-winner or too little too late?
Increasingly, London’s housing crisis seems like an insurmountable challenge.
By Poppy Terry
26/05/15
Red vs Blue: The battle for Stevenage
A few observations from on the ground in a key marginal seat
By Danny Wilding
27/04/15
World Book Day 2015: The reading habits of a PR agency
It’s World Book Day 2015 – a worldwide celebration of books and reading. Here's what the PLMR Team are reading and...
By Mike Ramsden
05/03/15
Flying the flag for LGBT rights – how far have we come?
As the Labour Party appoints Lord Cashman to the newly created role of LGBT global rights envoy, PLMR’s Kevin...
By Kevin Craig
13/10/14
5 reasons why Uxbridge should welcome Boris Johnson with open arms
Boris might be using Uxbridge (& South Ruislip) as a springboard to Westminster but local residents – as well as the local...
By Natalia Marczewska
27/08/14
The War of the Aisles
How Aldi stole a march through low prices… and PR
By Paul Gough
13/08/14
EU reform – easier said than done
David Cameron shouldn’t underestimate the difficulty of reforming the EU – it could lead to the UK leaving.
By Natalia Marczewska
07/08/14