- Olly Grender
After working as a researcher for the Liberal Democrats, Grender became a speech-writer to Paddy Ashdown in the late 1980s, and was the party's Head of Communications at the 1997 General Election. She then left to work at the charity Shelter, before joining LLM Communications in 2000. Grender is a frequent pundit on British television, explaining Liberal Democrat points of view, and is a regular contributor to BBC Newsnight
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- ^ Benady, Alex. "PROFILE: Olly Grender, LLM Communications - Tamed By The Media Relations Machine?/Political Animal Olly Grender Prepares To Change Focus At Rebranded LLM". PR Week. http://www.prweek.com/news/101985/. Retrieved 15 May 2011.
- ^ Paul Staines (2010-05-26), Newsnight’s Olly Grendlestein Problem, http://order-order.com/2010/05/26/newsnights-olly-grendlestein-problem/, retrieved 2011-05-16
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