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Viewers will be glued to their screens this summer, white-knuckled and on the edge of their seat as the battle to be crowned the one and only ruler of the kingdom comes to a climatic end. But alas, I am not talking about the return of HBO’s...

United Airlines take heed. You simply can’t have ‘Fly the friendly skies’ at the core of your brand essence then throw one of your paying customers off an overbooked flight and injure them in the process. Then not expect a backlash. Especially not two weeks after...

It seems like an age since I sat through the night watching the Brexit votes roll in. 9 months to be exact. Shocked and disappointed at the outcome didn’t come close. But then it all went quiet for a while. Move along. Nothing to see...

Glammed up in DJs, spanks and heels, the Cameron Wells team hit the Hilton Manchester last Thursday for the PR Moment Awards 2017. Shortlisted for 2 categories – Best B2B Integrated Campaign for TomTom Telematics and Best Financial Services Sector Campaign for PMI Health Group, we...

As I drove into work this morning I felt a bit sad. Nostalgically sad for something that if I described it to my kids they would think I was a drunk alien. Do you remember Friday nights when you used to tug at your parents...

I wanted to embrace hygge I really did. When I read about it last year, I thought ‘yes this is for me’. The Danish art of taking genuine pleasure in making ordinary, every-day moments more meaningful, beautiful or special. It sounds so lovely, calm and...

The news is full of bad stuff. Trump stuff. Sadness over the plight of refugees and the refusal of one of the world’s most powerful men to help them. He shows no remorse for his actions and seems proud of the worldwide attention he is...

Dame Julia Peyton-Jones made headlines last week – not for her contribution to the art world for which she received her title in the Birthday Honours list but because she had a baby at 64. The world recoiled and many labelled her as selfish and...

The advertising industry often gets bad press. Last year there were 24,647 complaints to the ASA - mainly from men in London. Didn’t see that one coming. From offensive to harmful to misleading or using too thin models. Moneysupermarket.com wins last year’s crown for the...

The countdown begins until the world will view the most galling show on earth. 20th January 2017. We live in trepidation of what this preposterous performance will bring. The divided states of America and the world will never be the same again. Whatever your views...