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Carter for Brown

January 9, 2008

UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has appointed Stephen Carter, the former chief executive of Ofcom, as his key strategy adviser.

The 43-year-old, who is currently chief executive of corporate communications company Brunswick Group will be the principal special adviser in No10 and will be in charge of political strategy, communications and research. He will attend cabinet and head the No 10 policy unit at Downing Street, reporting directly to the prime minister.

Carter stepped down as the first chief executive of Ofcom in the summer of 2006, having previously been CEO of NTL

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