Edelman’s Public Affairs team offers their on-the-day analysis of the Queen’s Speech, outlining the main announcements and their context.
You can download Edelman’s analysis of the Queen’s Speech by downloading the document below
|Edelman’s Queen’s Speech Briefing 2012|
Dominic Pendry discusses the implications of the Queen’s Speech for the Property and Infrastructure industry.
Jessica Lennard discusses the implications of the Queen’s Speech for Energy & Transport.
Anthony Marlowe discusses the implications of the Queen’s Speech for the Retail & FMCG economies.
Edelman’s Public Affairs Queen’s Speech Representatives:
|Dominic Pendry, Director, Edelman
Dominic is a director in Edelman’s public affairs team. He provides strategic oversight for a number of corporate clients, specializing in the infrastructure, property and digital sectors. Dominic has had a successful career in political and media campaigning for over ten years, working for political parties, corporations and trade associations. Most recently, he was Network Rail’s Head of Communications for Property.
|Jessica Lennard, Account Director, Edelman
Jessica is an account director in Edelman’s public affairs team. Previously a capital markets solicitor with City firm Linklaters LLP, Jessica entered politics in 2008 working on energy policy and communications on the staff of Greg Barker MP. She was a member of the Shadow Energy and Climate Change team and managed the Conservative Party’s highly successful ‘Climate Campaign’ out of Conservative Campaign Headquarters.
|Anthony Marlowe, Account Director, Edelman
Anthony joined Edelman in January 2008. He previously worked as a policy advisor in Parliament for Justine Greening MP, the then Shadow Economic Secretary and current Shadow Minister for London and Vice-Chair of the Conservative Party. While working for the Shadow Economic Secretary, Anthony worked with senior figures from a number of transport and environmental organisations. Anthony also acted as a policy advisor to the Shadow Treasury, most notably on developing potential forms of innovative environmental taxation.