Last summer, I blogged about the numerous Lib Dems taking up jobs in lobbying, as the Cowley Street HQ adjusted to life without £1.75m of short money.
Like any good boss, it seems that Lib Dem chief exec Chris Fox made a concerted effort to find work for his people – if not in Cowley Street, then in the world of lobbying.
But, less than a year on, I hear that not all of the Lib Dem lobbying placements have been an enormous success. Or as one public affairs agency boss put it:
‘Chris Fox stitched me up.’