Monday 20 July 2020 12:01 am

The City View: Jo Tanner on the Downing Street spin machine

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In today’s episode, Andy Silvester is joined by Jo Tanner, Chief Executive of iNHouse Communications, one of the capital’s most effective campaigning operations.

Andy and Jo talk about the government’s communications strategy around Covid-19, whether ‘work from home’ is all it’s cracked up to be and what certainty Downing Street need to give employers to make sure the economy gets up and running again. 

Andy also looks at relationships between the UK and China and the economic implications of the rows between the two, the UK housing market and changes to the CBIL scheme. 

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