The Staite of Britain

A controversial and outspoken critique of the world of British politics by a key political insider. More

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Published by Bretwalda Books
Published: June 23, 2011
Words: 60,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781907791185
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About Edward Staite

Edward Staite is a key insider in the British political world. He spent two years as George Osborne’s spokesman, advised David Cameron on strategic communications and was Boris Johnson’s press secretary during the 2008 mayoral election. He has worked as a speech writer, policy and communication adviser to the Conservative Party in the Houses of Parliament. He now runs his own communications consultancy specialising in reputation management and training."

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