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Everything You Need To Know About The Housing White Paper
Everything You Need To Know About The Housing White Paper
By David Madden
08/02/17
Theresa May’s Brexit Speech: Widening the Gulf?
Theresa May’s Brexit Speech: Widening the gulf?
By Emma Divers
20/01/17
The Race for Richmond Park
The Race for Richmond Park
By Zoe Chadwick
26/10/16
Behind the Scenes at the Liberal Democrat Conference
PLMR's Steven Gauge discusses his recent attendance to the Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton
By Steven Gauge
20/09/16
The Industrial Strategy – Osborne’s Powerhouse, but without a Northern accent
The Northern Powerhouse is dead. Long live the Industrial Strategy.
By James Ford
03/08/16
Does Boris need a new narrative?
While he was combining his political responsibilities with journalism, the Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, wasn't the kindest about many of...
By Mike Ramsden
27/07/16
The Thames Tideway Tunnel
Should Londoners be more excited about the Super-sewer?
By Joe Mitton
20/07/16
BRITAIN AND THE EU: What’s Next?
PLMR considers the impact of Britain voting to leave the European Union
By plmradmin
24/06/16
London Technology Week 2016 – Bigger, but is it bubbling?
The third London Tech Week (20-26 June 2016) is bigger than ever
By Joe Mitton
20/06/16
The Quiet Man’s Noisy Exit - Six reasons why Iain Duncan Smith is no Geoffrey Howe
PLMR's James Ford compares the impact of Iain Duncan Smith's resignation with that of Geoffrey Howe in 1990
By James Ford
22/03/16
#DebateTech, the new frontier in the London 2016 Mayoral Election
Uche Graves gives his report from the London Mayoralty Debate on London Tech
By Uche Graves
12/02/16
Khan’s Corbyn Conundrum
Labour’s Mayoral hopeful is dancing to the Conservatives’ tune
By James Ford
02/02/16
‘Domesday Book’ of London’s Public Land Published
As the London Land Commission releases its debut report, how might the housing crisis be tackled?
By Jonathan Millman
27/01/16
City of London To Get The (Under) Shaft
PLMR's James Ford on the latest proposed addition to London's skyline
By James Ford
10/12/15
Has Ofsted turned the tide?
Sir Michael Wilshaw, Chief Inspector of Schools and Head of Ofsted, has been under siege for much of the last...
By Ollie Lane
08/10/15
What’s Left for us now?
Cameron’s speech sought to annexe the centre ground and was very effective, but his attack on Corbyn will have...
By David Madden
07/10/15
Cameron’s message and why it will have resonated beyond the Conference hall
A Tory’s perspective of Cameron’s conference speech
By Jonathan Millman
07/10/15
London 2016: Goldsmith vs. Khan
How might Goldsmith and Khan compare?
By Jonathan Millman
01/10/15
Lib Dem Conference 2015: did it reengage me?
PLMR Account Manager and Lib Dem Member Nathan Hollow gives his view from the #LibDemConf
By Nathan Hollow
23/09/15
Sadiq Khan: Not just Livingstone’s first choice for the Labour nomination, but Lynton Crosby’s too
James Ford on how Sadiq's victory in the Labour mayoral nomination race could be good news for Zac Goldsmith
By James Ford
14/09/15
Theresa versus Goliath…and Boris
Who benefits from water (cannon) gate?
By James Ford
15/07/15
How a missed PR opportunity can become a media disaster
A big news story like today’s strike can be a great opportunity to promote your brand – but it can...
By Francesca Dobson
09/07/15
The One Nation Budget: Is Osborne the best Labour Chancellor Britain has ever had?
James Ford gives his take on the Budget and George Osborne's future
By James Ford
09/07/15