Jacqui Thornton Communications
Corporate Writing

From the Daily Telegraph to The Sun, Jacqui has written for a range of publications and audiences. Her skills include writing under extreme time pressure after years of daily deadlines. But thanks to the discipline of the Sunday Telegraph, she can also produce stylish, fluent and thoughtful prose. She is particularly renowned for analysing complex data and translating it for a consumer and lay audience.

Most recently she has been commissioned by two leading charities to write reports. Firstly, Macmillan Cancer Support asked Jacqui to write a 10 page report on surviving cancer – the long term side effects of the disease and its treatment over many years. It's No Life was released last summer.

St Mungo’s, the London-based charity for the homeless, began a call for evidence on April 1 into mental illness and homelessness. The hard-hitting 64-page report written and edited by Jacqui called Down and Out? came out in December.

Other writing work includes:

  • A Breast Cancer Reporting Guide for magazine journalists, which was reported on in PR Week.
  • A report called ‘Loyd Grossman’s Comparative Study of European Culinary Influence.This 15-page study received significant coverage on BBC Breakfast when it was released.
  • An advertorial in the Sunday Telegraph on women scientists for L'Oreal.
  • An in-depth good practice report on diabetes prevention and treatment in the South Asian community for Insight Public Affairs. Jacqui later spoke on a panel with Lord King about the report to doctors and nurses in Birmingham.
  • A glossy Lloydspharmacy-branded booklet inserted in the Independent newspaper called 'The Guide to Common Ailments and Conditions'. This included more than 35 sections on adult and child health.
  • Dentistry in the Credit Crunch for Denplan's Smile Guide.
  • Five facts sheets on sore throats, cold and flu for Reckitt Benckiser.

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Breast Cancer Journalism
Jacqui with Lord King of West Bromich and others at the diabetes event in Birmingham
Charing at the World Conference of Science Journalists July 2009, with space journalist Paul Sutherland and the Daily Mail's Environment Editor David Derbyshire
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