The next big topic: turning up the heat on the Conservative’s climate change policy

There’s a new kid on the block in UK politics. Climate change and the demand for radical, green policies has burst onto the political stage and into our discourse in recent weeks. This has been driven by the Extinction Rebellion protests which took over London in a huge display of civil disobedience, capturing the eyeRead more

WA shortlisted for PR Moment Awards

WA is delighted to have been shortlisted for Independent Agency of the Year in the PR Moment Awards 2019. The PR Moment Awards are a major fixture in the UK PR and communications calendar and are judged by eminent industry professionals. The awards celebrate excellence and recognise and reward exceptional campaigns and talent in theRead more

New home, same Brexit – WA’s office warming party

Last night, we marked the next milestone in our development – moving in to our new offices at Artillery House in Victoria. WA is cementing itself as the consultancy of choice for organisations with complex reputational, policy and regulatory issues, and has experience sustained year-on-year growth and our new office is the latest sign ofRead more

Fast growing WA Communications starts 2019 with new hires and promotions across the company

Following 25 percent growth in revenue in 2018 across core public affairs, health and investor services, WA Communications is starting the year with a raft of new hires and promotions. These follow a game-changing year for the company, achieving high-profile clients wins and expansion in its service offer across public affairs, investor services and corporateRead more

Retail therapy: Another market that needs fixing?

You would be forgiven for thinking that something isn’t quite right when the Great British tradition of shopping fails to materialise over the Christmas period. The cautious spending habits of consumers highlights a worrying trend for the UK’s retail sector. With business rates set to rise and the country facing the cliff edge of aRead more