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Marjorie Thompson and Richard Margrave have decades of experience at Westminster, Whitehall, Brussels and Washington DC, acquired working for leading politicians and as lobbyists for NGOs, professional bodies and unions such as the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the Royal College of Nursing and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

They are also both in demand as teachers and trainers in the field of public affairs, having worked with Pinnacle Public Relations and more recently Parli-Training.

Marjorie and Richard are currently advising Independent Training Providers in the cultural sector funded by Film London. They hosted a successful day school in summer 2006 at the House of Commons and in the London European Parliament offices addressed by Dame Sally Powell of the London Development Agency, Claire McNab MBE of Press for Change and Caroline Boyle of the European Parliament.

In March 2006 their work for Professor Charlie Jeffery of Edinburgh University won him a Politics Professor Communicator of the Year Award from the Political Studies Association. His conference on devolution, the culmination of a 5 year Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) grant had a clean sweep of all major UK media including editorials in The Guardian and The Sun, appearances by their client on the Today programme on BBC Radio 4, the World Tonight, the World at One and every hourly radio bulletin as well as Scottish television.

Additionally they provided event management and advice as well as local PR for the convoys Opportunity community group in Lewisham, campaigning to save Convoys Wharf in historical Deptford. The wharf was built by Henry VIII in 1513 and Peter the Great, amongst others is associated with it. Two of Nelson’s ships for the Battle of Traflgar were built there. With scenic TowerBridge opening for their barge, the group sailed down the Thames in costumes from the National Theatre, dressed as Cardinal Wolsely, Henry VII and Admiral Nelson.


"If everyone in politics were as honest as Marjorie, voter disillusion would vanish overnight!"
Dr. Julian Lewis MP Shadow Spokesman on the Navy (Conservative).

"Marjorie ran the media operation for the conference in March 2006 which presented the findings of five years of research on devolution funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. The conference was one of over forty events held in the same week as part of ESRC's 'social science week'. I think my event alone accounted for well over half of the media coverage ESRC as a whole got during social science week, including an agenda-setting item on the Radio 4 Today programme, editorials in the Guardian, the Sun and the Scotsman, and some form of coverage in UK dailies from the Sun to the Telegraph, plus the Scottish and Welsh press, and news items on Radio 5 Live and the BBC's equivalents of the Today Programme in Scotland and Wales. All that was the outcome of Marjorie's talent in spotting what would fly in media terms from academic research, and her persistence in getting editors and producers to take notice. If ever again I need media coverage for an event, I know where I'll go!"

Professor Charlie Jeffery
Edinburgh University
School of Social and Political Studies
ESRC Devolution and Constitutional Change Programme.

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