Field Reports

News and views from the Field team

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    The English Lion Slowly Wakes from its Slumber

    This week saw the first use of English Votes for English Laws (EVEL) in the Commons, marking the start...

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    The End of the Beginning?

    It is hard to describe Jeremy Corbyn’s four month leadership of the Labour Party has having had a ‘honeymoon...

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    EU Stay or EU Go

    Hugely significant, but somewhat overshadowed by the Labour re-shuffle shambles, was this week’s decision by David Cameron to allow...

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    Will Jeremy Corbyn still be Labour leader by the end of 2016?

    City AM Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive of Field Consulting, says No   Thursday 5 May is the...

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    The Word from Westminster – Christmas Special

    It’s been quite a year in Westminster. 2015 saw the first Conservative outright General Election win for a generation...

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    You win some, you lose some

    In theory, this week has seen a victory for the Government, with a fairly comfortable win on the vote...

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    The Worst is Still to Come

    Each week it seems to get worse, as Jeremy Corbyn’s worst week succeeds the previous one. Discontent about his leadership...

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    As the chancellor makes some dramatic U-turns, is he now more likely to become Prime Minister?

    City AM Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive of Field Consulting, says No   By backing down on tax...

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    PR Week: PRs praise ‘proactive’ Nestlé announcement on human rights abuses in supply chain

    PR Week November 25, 2015 by Sam Burne James On Monday, an announcement on the Switzerland-based multinational’s website said: “Given...

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    A new Field of play

    Field Consulting is born. Corporate Reputation Consulting is no more. After much thought we’ve decided on a name change...

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    Corbyn’s thin red line

    Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has been skating on thin ice amongst MP’s ever since his election in September, and this...

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    The politics of Paris

    Westminster, and the world, has been rocked and shaken by the devastating terrorist attacks in Paris a week ago....

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    Will having Ken Livingstone as co-chair of its Trident review destroy the Labour Party’s credibility on defence?

    Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive of Corporate Reputation Consulting, says Yes In the wake of the Paris attacks,...

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    Will having Ken Livingstone as co-chair of its Trident review destroy the Labour Party’s credibility on defence?

    City AM Chris Rumfitt, founder and chief executive, says Yes In the wake of the Paris attacks, security has...

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    Wakey Wakey Prime Minister

    Since 2010, David Cameron has shrugged off accusations that he is disconnected from the reality of everyday life and...

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