September 7th, 2012

Former Screws Political Editor Turns Lobbyist

Ex-Screws political editor Ian Kirby is off into the world of lobbying. Kirby has joined MHP Communications as a director to develop new campaigns and advise on media strategy. His experience of changing Gordon Brown’s kids nappies should set him up nicely. The move was announced with a lovely picture of a young looking Ian and an old friend…


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  1. 1
    a non says:

    Very sensible that being ex “Screws”, Kirby appears to be wearing a flakjacket.

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  2. 2
    Pundit too too says:

    He needs the body armour?

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  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    What is MHP Communications? A telecoms firm?

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  4. 4
    ed martin says:

    old one this – how could one be the poli editor of the screws?

    what would be the point?

    the poli editor of the Beano would have more credibility – and more cow-pie too!

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    I CAN@T SQUEAK FOR ANYONE ELSE BUT CAMERONS TOAST says:

    I know one of them is the Ex P M
    who is the other one ?

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