politjobs job alert UK 2018-08 – Inspired by „En Marche”
Several campaigns opposing a Brexit agreement have emerged in recent weeks. By putting pressure on MPs to oppose a Brexit agreement, they are calling for a re-run of the 2016 EU membership referendum. One of them, Best for Britain, captured the headlines this month because of a large donation from billionaire investor George Soros. With the Renew party a movement is taking a different approach. Inspired by the success of French President Emmanuel Macron the centrist party is reaching out to voters who feel “politically homeless and abandoned”. James Clarke, one of the party’s leaders, explains the strategy: “What we are is almost the more military arm of that movement, whereas we are actually standing candidates in seats to threaten those MPs that are not changing their minds, or are not standing up for the views of their constituents.” The party will face its first test in the local elections in May and has launched a crowd-funding campaign to ensure it can field some candidates in time.
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The Policy Lead for Regulatory Affairs & Public Affairs is a key full-time role focused on Visas regulatory and government affairs in the UK. The role entails contributing to the development of Visas regulatory and government affairs strategy, by constructively engaging with regulatory bodies, policy makers, public sector agencies and relevant stakeholders with a view to ensuring regulatory framework that is conducive to a fair, competitive and successful operating environment for Visas business (…)
Responsibilities: Monitor public policy issues of importance to Twitter and our users in the UK, including in the national legislative and executive branches, UK government bodies and public institutions; Provide front-line support on issues requiring engagement, solving problems and escalating to internal colleagues as needed; Assist in the preparation of presentation materials for engagement with policymakers, regulators, and lawmakers; Meet with key government, political, and media representatives to help them understand Twitter and advance policy beneficial to Twitter and our users (…)
Working closely with the Director of Public Affairs, you will: Manage projects and initiatives that support the public affairs strategy and build and maintain a positive profile of the university with key stakeholders, opinion formers and influencers; Monitor, analyse and evaluate the political and policy landscape to inform the College’s public affairs strategy; Prepare communications, briefings and reports, providing advice on emerging public affairs issues and activities for a range of internal and external audiences (…)
Coordinating the GMC’s engagement with parliamentarians, stakeholders and other influencers across the UK, your role will be to ensure that our work is promoted and understood by these groups. You will ensure we engage in a positive, balanced and well-informed manner. You’ll also have a key role in making sure that other GMC colleagues are aware of political, policy and legislative developments that have the potential to impact on our work (…)
What you’ll be doing: Assist in the drafting of reports, internal and external briefings for senior management, and responses to consultations from Ofcom, HMG and other regulatory bodies; Provide analytical and innovative input to regulatory projects; Support regulatory managers in their work, through research and intelligence gathering, as well as lead on individual issues or workstreams; Work with operational teams in the businesses to ensure an understanding of telecoms regulatory requirements on a day-to-day basis; Contribute to the design and implementation of regulatory governance processes (…)
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