The Revolving Door Created by the Conservative Party has a Long History

The High Court judgment that the Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove unlawfully awarded a contract to policy and public relations consultancy Public First pulls at the threads of the vested interests woven between the Conservative Party and its interlopers in Westminster.

Interestingly, Public First and its founders have been at the apex of Government policy for some time – with their influence stretching back to 2010, when the then Education Secretary Michael Gove and his then advisor Dominic Cummings embarked on the deregulation of education.

Gove and Cummings were aided in this cause by Public First co-founder Rachel Wolf, who went on to establish the agency in 2016 and was the co-author of the Conservative Party’s 2019 General Election Manifesto.

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