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Media Lunch Invitation - January 29th 2015

We are delighted to announce that Boris Johnson’s former spin doctor Guto Harri, Director of Communications at News UK, will be the guest speaker at the WPR Media Lunch on 29th January.
This members event will be in the private dining room at the fashionable Scott’s restaurant in the heart of Mayfair, where attendees will be treated to a two-course seated lunch with wine and coffee.
Date:     Thursday January 29th, 2015
Venue:   Scott’s Restaurant, 20 Mount Street, London W1K 2HE
Time:     12.30 reception for 1.00pm lunch
Cost:      WPR members £55 (Guests and non-members £65)

This event is likely to be very popular and there is a strict limit on numbers, so we would strongly recommend registering for this event now by clicking here. Password is 'WPR'.

Guto Harri Background:
Guto began his career as a BBC journalist, spending most of it covering UK politics. He presented a number of flagship shows and was Chief Political Correspondent at Westminster, before taking foreign postings to Rome and New York.
He left the BBC to handle communications for Boris Johnson (a contemporary at Oxford University) and helped mastermind his successful re-election as Mayor of London in May 2012. Soon after he took on the role of Director of Corporate Affairs & Communications at Rupert Murdoch’s News International (now News UK) - publisher of the Sunday Times, the Times and the Sun.
One of his biggest recent PR challenges has been dealing with the phone hacking scandal, leading to the closure of Britain’s best-selling newspaper – the News of the World.

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