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Nick Claydon

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"Nick is a partner at corporate communication agency, Brunswick, with over fifteen years experience advising clients on financial, corporate and critical media issues. Nick has a particular focus on the media sector, advising Reuters and Pearson as well as acting for Telewest in its merger with NTL and the Barclay brothers in their bid for the Daily Telegraph. He also has a close interest in aviation, advising Rolls-Royce and acting on the defence of British Airports Authority. Other past and present clients include McKinsey, Rosneft, Marks & Spencer and the Royal Mail.

"Nick rejoined Brunswick as a partner in 2001 from British Airways where he was head of communications, responsible for worldwide PR. His first three years at Brunswick included advising on the communication around the restructuring of British Airways, the launch of the low-cost airline Go and a secondment to Labour's 1997 General Election campaign. Nick was previously a political consultant in Westminster, having begun his career as a parliamentary researcher to Chris Smith, MP and member of the editorial team of 'The House Magazine', a political weekly. He is also a member of the steering committee of the Nelson Mandela Legacy Trust."[1]

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  1. Demos Nick Claydon, organizational web page, accessed November 24, 2013.