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We are an independent political communications agency.

We help our clients build influence, connect with decision-makers, and understand the political environment. Our consultants provide expertise, honesty, and are passionate about politics. We deliver great results and go the extra mile.

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Why Connect?

Connect has always sought to approach political communications in an open, honest and collaborative way. Our clients stay with us because we go the extra mile. Our enthusiasm and creativity never dampens our professionalism. We achieve results and maintain our ethical approach.

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Managers Matter – MiP Annual Conference 2014

19 November 2014

The MiP annual conference as one of the major events in the health sector calendar; providing MiP members and others working within the sector with a valuable opportunity to come together to: learn about the changes and challenges which impact on them, learn about innovations in health service delivery, find out about latest policy issues and developments in the health sector, and network and share best practice with colleagues

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What would a Labour majority mean for you?

4 November 2014

Join us, just six months before the General Election, for a half-day session to look at Labour’s big themes, key policies and influential figures. We will work through how best to engage with the Labour agenda and how to ensure you are well positioned post-May 2015 – whatever the result.​

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About last night…

10 October 2014

Last night UKIP won their first seat at an election. Douglas Carswell is an MP once more, this time with a purple rosette, UKIP’s first MP since Bob Spink’s fleeting spell in 2008.

But we all knew that was coming. What few saw coming was the significance of the result in the ‘other’ by-election in Heywood and Middleton, where Labour was expected to comfortably retake the seat vacated following the sad death of long-serving MP Jim Dobbin, with UKIP a distant second. As it was, UKIP was just 618 votes from taking a second seat in one night. Read more