Stewart Pearson is running 'Thought Camp' at a remote country house hotel, as the perfect way to re-engage the party with the creative cloudscape. No phones, no iPads. Peter Mannion can definitely think of better ways of spending the Easter weekend than 'imagineering' with Stewart, Emma and a bunch of back-benchers and party workers. Meanwhile, Phil is surprised to find the ministerial offices less than deserted. Glenn is there, working on the Fourth Sector backlog. Fergus and his advisor Adam are meeting with a young, attractive economist who wants to start a bank. Then all political hell is let loose when an unexpected and tragic news story breaks.
Stewarts 'Thought Camp'
'Thought Camp' is the perfect way to re-engage the party with the creative cloudscape...
What is 'Inclusivity'?
Peter Mannion isn't 100% Stewarts new age management techniques.
Emma Leads a Special Module
Stewart Pearson is running 'Thought Camp' at a remote country house hotel.
'I'm feeling opposition'
Peter can think of better ways to spend his weekend than 'imagineering' with Stewart.