11 July 2006


Some, umm, great publicity for Weber Shandwick over the last couple of days. Its role as lobbyist to BNFL during the (seemingly quite successful) campaign to increase Britain's number of nuclear power stations has been highlighted by the likes of the BBC and the Guardian, as has its long involvement with the nuclear industry and the fact that a number of its previous execs (e.g. Gordon Brown's brother...) now work in the industry itself.

I never realised that Weber Shandwick was so heavily involved in the nuclear industry. Still, it explains a few things...not least of all this:

1 comment:

james warren said...

It's (very) safe to say I have no clear reaction to this post.