Facebook faces the music

By Rachael Bruce | April 2018

The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica data breach is big news for anyone who uses the platform either personally or professionally. For those who haven’t been following the story, it’s believed that 87 million users had their personal information harvested, with Mark Zuckerberg, … Read More

Food fashions – mushy peas or avocados?

By Gary Vyse | March 2018

Here’s a story involving imaginary avocados and real dried marrowfat peas. It’s worth pointing out that it’s an alleged story that’s come to be heavily disputed by the lead protagonist but what actually did or didn’t really happen is less … Read More

Are some cancers more ‘media friendly’ than others?

By Linda Bright | March 2018

Cancer is a subject close to everyone’s heart. According to Cancer Research every two minutes someone is diagnosed with cancer in the UK. Even if you are not personally affected, chances are you know someone who is. Last month we … Read More

Hope Hicks – a force to be reckoned with?

By Mary Anderson | March 2018

They say you know you are getting old when policemen start looking young, but what does it mean when the White House director of communications looks young enough to still be fresh out of high school? Hope Hicks, who resigned … Read More

Journalism and PR for a digital age

By Kate Logan | February 2018

When I trained as a journalist before securing my first job as a junior reporter on a local evening newspaper 15 years ago, naïvely or otherwise, digital skills weren’t really prioritised. I recall learning some very basic coding in order … Read More

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