Stuart Hudson

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Stuart Hudson served in 10 Downing Street as special adviser to UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. There, he advised on communications across a range of economic and financial policy issues.

Previously Hudson was head of government affairs at Ofgem where he trained in competition policy at the Office of Fair Trading and worked on a number of high profile anti-trust investigations in the energy sector. [1]

Hudson also worked as a parliamentary researcher in the House of Commons.

From SPAD to lobbyist role

Hudson has worked for heavyweight financial lobbying and PR firm Brunswick since leaving his government role in 2010. He advises clients on their financial, corporate and crisis communications, with a particular focus on the financial services and utilities sectors. [2]

Notes

  1. Stuart Hudson LinkedIn profile, accessed 20 October 2014
  2. Stuart Hudson Brunswick, accessed 20 October 2014