CAFOD comms head in political controversy

CAFOD’s director of communications was at the centre of a controversy last month over revelations in his memoirs that have been serialised in the Daily Mail.

Damian McBride, a former press adviser to Gordon Brown, now working for the Catholic development charity, defended the revelations in his book Power Trip:...

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