Boris must find the bandwidth to take on Sturgeon

GUEST POST: Eliot Wilson is Co-Founder of Pivot Point and a former House of Commons Clerk. Follow on Twitter. Connect on LinkedIn Being prime minister is not an easy job. Whether you adopt the approach of Thatcher’s four-hours-a-night, or Macmillan’s retreating to Trollope novels at moments of extreme stress, it is a position which occupies your every waking … Continue reading Boris must find the bandwidth to take on Sturgeon

In conversation with six mentees

Kayleigh Hadjimina Adam: What’s your current role?   Kayleigh: I am a Parliamentary Campaigns and Engagement Manager currently specialising in the built environment. My role is to develop and implement successful political engagement strategies for the organisation I represent.     Adam: What do you want to achieve from the CiC-Start mentoring programme? Kayleigh: I welcome all advice and guidance with respect … Continue reading In conversation with six mentees

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

[UPDATED 08.01.20] Dame Eleanor Laing was subsequently elected principle Deputy Speaker and the first woman Chairman of Ways & Means with 54% in the first round. [UPDATED 04.11.19] Dame Eleanor Laing made the final three candidates (out of 11 originally), and was the last Conservative and woman standing. Adam Honeysett-Watts is Director of Conservatives in … Continue reading R-E-S-P-E-C-T