What a year…

By Steve Jolly / 17th December 2022 / 0 Comments
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The Twelve Tenuous Political Points of 2019

By Steve Jolly / 24th December 2019 / 0 Comments

For people who don’t follow politics particularly closely it must have seemed all a bit busy this year, and for those of us who both follow and are actively engaged in politics and political campaigning – it’s been an absolutely unprecedented year in politics (except for probably 2016, 2017 and 2018). As is the time-honoured […]

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After the voting, comes the wrangling

By Steve Jolly / 15th May 2019 / 0 Comments

Much has been written about the local elections held on the 3rd of May, which saw the worst Conservative result at a local election in many years, the failure of Labour and UKIP to capitalise on this collapse in the vote, and a resurgence of Liberal Democrat, Green and Independent candidates across the country. However, […]

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Oliver Deed joins Marengo Communications

By Steve Jolly / 16th July 2018 / 0 Comments

Marengo Communications are pleased to announce that they have been joined by experienced communications expert Oliver Deed. Oliver has recently returned from working in the property and planning sector in Australia, where he has worked on large residential schemes. Andy Martin said “We’re delighted that Oliver has decided to make Marengo Communications his home, now […]

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Eighth time’s a charm? The revolving door of Housing Ministers

By Steve Jolly / 10th July 2018 / 0 Comments

Shapps, Prisk, Hopkins, Lewis, Barwell, Sharma, Raab and Malthouse. No, not the name of a Dickensian law firm, but the roll-call of Housing Ministers since the Conservatives entered government in May 2010. We’ve had a new minister at the rate of one a year – the blink of an eye in planning and housing delivery […]

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