Former press secretary Graeme Wilson joins Tulchan Communications

Tulchan Communications has hired former press secretary Graeme Wilson as a partner. He will join the firm on December 1, 2016.

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Graeme Wilson

Wilson recently worked as press secretary at 10 Downing Street, for PM David Cameron. Prior to that, Wilson was deputy political editor of The Sun. He has also worked for the Daily Mail and the Daily Telegraph.

Wilson will provide clients with strategic advice around policy developments, and their representation in the media.

Wilson said: “I am very pleased to be joining Tulchan, which has a well-earned reputation as a market-leading advisor on strategic corporate and financial communications. I’m looking forward to bringing my experience to Tulchan to ensure that it continues to offer the best possible advice to its clients.”

Andrew Grant, senior partner at Tulchan, added: “We have been successfully building our policy advisory practice over the past few years. Graeme’s expertise and experience, particularly his many years in political journalism, will enhance our advisory capability and accelerate our continued growth in this increasingly important area.”

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