University degree or apprenticeship – which is best?

By Linda Bright | August 2018

With teenagers picking up A level results this week and GCSEs due out next week, many youngsters and their parents will be focused on “what next?”. Pressure will be on many to progress to university degrees, with vocational options often … Read More

The Mars challenge – can YouTube regulate its content?

By Mary Anderson | August 2018

Will a brave move by confectionary giant, Mars, who have unwrapped plans to cancel a multi-million pound advertising contract with YouTube, be emulated by other UK marketeers? The company took the decision after Starburst sweets were promoted ahead of a … Read More

The Great British Heatwave – who are the PR winners (and losers)?

By Kate Logan | July 2018

It’s been a summer to remember so far. From the World Cup to Wimbledon we’ve revelled in sporting triumphs and, while the UK political establishment teeters on the brink of meltdown, the one constant bit of good news, for once, … Read More

A healthy celebration

By Rachael Bruce | July 2018

The bold statement that the NHS would become “the envy of the world” is one that is still talked about today – 70 years after the creation of the service. Nye Bevan made the claim at a time when few … Read More

Poor taste lingers from World Cup burger campaign

By Gary Vyse | June 2018

From the searing heat of Sochi to the cooler climes of St Petersburg, all eyes are on this year’s World Cup hosts Russia – whether it’s the games being played on the pitch or wider interest in this enormous country’s … Read More

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