Labour adopting 'Good cop, bad cop' PR strategy with hires of Tom Baldwin and Bob Roberts
By David Singleton Thursday, 16 December 2010 06:00AM
The Labour Party is adopting 'a good cop, bad cop' approach to its comms with the appointment of two senior newspaper journalists this week, according to party strategists.
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