Connecting the UK

Politics is changing and how you shape, inform and influence policy and decision making needs to change too.

DevoConnect connects you to those who have the power to change minds across the UK. We design and deliver communications strategies, political consultancy, training, and event organising for organisations across the UK focusing on adapting to the future of devolution.

We are at the forefront of devolution and Metro Mayor plans and will help you communicate your ambitions to shape and influence tomorrow’s decision making process today.

The DevoConnect Network brings together the very best communications professionals in the UK to help you get your voice heard ahead of the rest. Our DevoIntelligence Service keeps you up to date with the latest developments across the UK as they emerge.

 

Devolution News & Views

Devo Intelligence

The work of the Metro Mayors so far

by Joe Dancey on May 1, 2019

When the history books are written about the first wave of England’s metro mayors, it will be a story of …

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How Metro Mayors and Brexit are transforming the North’s power map

by Gill Morris on May 1, 2019

If we are to conclude anything from the past ten years, it must be that a politics centralised in Westminster …

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Vote Devo, Take Control? Brexit and the future of English devolution

by Jack Hutchison on May 1, 2019

On 4th November 2004, after a postal ballot of over 900,000 people, the result of the North East Regional Assembly …

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Andy Burnham: Doing things differently is in Greater Manchester’s DNA

by Andy Burnham on May 1, 2019

There is no better example of Greater Manchester’s dynamic spirit than our city-region’s efforts to end the need for rough …

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Charlie Hoult: ‘Time for a Great North Mayor’

by Charlie Hoult on March 28, 2019

Conservative candidate for the North of Tyne mayor, Charlie Hoult, explains how the new role of Mayor offers the North …

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Jamie Driscoll: “All the talk of supporting future innovation will be empty so long as our kids are too hungry to learn.”

by Jamie Driscoll on March 28, 2019

Labour’s candidate for North of Tyne Mayor explains why he’s running for election in May. The North East has a …

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