Fri 05 Jun 2020
The relationships between civil servants and ministers is crucial to the effective working of government. Civil servants produce a number of written materials for ministers including briefings ahead of meetings or visits, advice in the form of submissions, lines to take, draft letters and PQs. These are all vital for the development and delivery of policies.
This article was written by Dods Associate Katharina Roelofsz. Katharina has worked in Government Communications in three major Whitehall departments: the Department of Health, the Foreign Office and the Department for Education. She delivers the Dods ‘Writing for Ministers’ course and webinar.
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