Our top ten moments of 2017

Brexit, an election, Trump’s twitter – 2017 had it all (well for a politico at least). It has only been a year and with so much news came so many moments that WA Communications thought were worth remembering. To remind us of the great, the horrific and the just plain odd, we have put togetherRead more

WA Queen’s Speech analysis: A right royal mess?

The government’s legislative programme for the next two years was announced at the Queen’s Speech a short time ago.  The unusually extended (two year) parliamentary session testifies to the size of the Brexit task, with complex and controversial legislation demanding extra time and careful scheduling to move through Parliament.  The speech itself had been delayedRead more

The UK election result and what it means for competition in the retail energy market

The General Election campaign was hardly short of energy policies and several pages of party manifestos were dedicated to the parties’ respective plans for the sector. The Conservatives may have fallen short of an overall majority, but they look set to form a government with support from the DUP, so their manifesto still provides theRead more

The general election campaigns assessed

Joe is a recent history graduate from the University of Bristol, who is looking to start a career in public affairs and communications. Joe has written this blog as part of a week’s work experience at WA. A general election campaign punctuated by two terrorist attacks was never going to be a normal one, butRead more

Predicting a General Election: A Science or an Art?

Predicting a General Election: A Science or an Art? At 10pm on the 8th June, the BBC will announce the outcome of their general election exit poll, widely recognised as a likely indication of how the electoral map will look the following morning. Political pundits, media outlets and even your next-door neighbour will likely allRead more