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September 10, 2012

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Henry Anderton

Communications Review – deadline for responses

It’s been a breathless summer of sporting excellence, and very hard to tear ourselves away from watching the unbelievable successes of the Olympic and Paralympic athletes. A personal highlight was when I told my 5 year-old daughter that another of Britain’s boxers (in this case, Luke Campbell) had won a gold medal. Her instant reaction was: ‘That’s great…what was her name?’

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August 14, 2012

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Henry Anderton

Communications Review – the next phase

Despite perhaps starting this week suffering from a minor case of what a colleague described as ‘POD’ (Post-Olympics Depression), we’re all extremely excited about the forthcoming Paralympic Games, and across Whitehall our colleagues will be looking to deliver something equally as successful and memorable as the games that have just finished.

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July 20, 2012

HAnderton
Henry Anderton

July Communications Review Seminars completed

A huge thank you to all who attended the Communications Review seminars that have taken place over the last couple of weeks – we’re grateful for your time and contributions and for the constructive comments and feedback you’ve given us since the events began.

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July 12, 2012

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Henry Anderton

The Communications Review seminars

As the third Communications Review seminar gets underway at DCMS today, Henry Anderton from the department's Comms Review team looks back at discussions on issues such as consumer data, competition and even fish bladders.

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April 11, 2011

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Ed Vaizey

Bookshelves, broadband and Bristol’s creative hothouses

I spent the first days of recess in Norwich, Ipswich, Swindon, Bristol and Bath, visiting organisations covering all areas of my brief.

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