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Brinsley Dresden of Lewis Silkin: do misleading Brexit claims mean the referendum should be re-run?

The EU Referendum vote on June 23 was a watershed moment for UK history, and the debate from both the Remainers and the Brexiteers, emotionally charged and delivered with, at times, unrestrained vehemence, has raised serious questions about the regulation ...

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Paul Simons: a timely blast from the past from Tim Bell

Tim Bell was one of a long line of politics commentators talking to BBC News from College Green the other evening. He was on around 7.30, live, approximately 90 minutes after the Chablis is normally opened in the office. I ...

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Wieden+Kennedy enters debate on US shootings

Wieden+Kennedy HQ in Portland has entered the anguished debate in the US about this week’s shootings by police of two black men – Alton Sterling and Philando Castile – with this post on its website. It concludes with: “Just an ...

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WPP boosts European data business with Conexance buy

WPP has bought Conexance which it says operates the leading data co-operative for consumer transactions in France. Conexance is a database marketing with proprietary statistical modeling to identify consumer behaviours and attributes to predict future purchases. Conexance’s data cooperative includes ...

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Was adland even partly to blame for Brexit?

The consequences of Brexit are becoming more clear with Bank of England governor Paul Carney trying to steady the economic ship by relaxing banks’ capital requirements in the hope, possibly forlorn, that this will encourage them to keep lending. Commercial ...

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WPP gains a foothold in Iran with Kantar research tie-up

Wherever there’s business to do be done there’s WPP. A few years ago it got into hot water by opening up in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe and it was the first of the networks to go into Cuba (or should that ...

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Media’s big guns launch Gove into Tory leadership fight

The most interesting person is UK politics isn’t Boris Johnson – still less Jeremy Corbyn – but Michael Gove, the former education secretary and friend of David Cameron who deserted Cameron to support the Brexit cause in the EU Referendum. ...

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UK adland faces up to challenging future after shock decision to quit EU

Should be an interesting morning here in the sunny environs of Cannes as a fair chunk of the global advertising, marketing, media and tech industry tries to come to terms with Britain’s surprise (some business people would say amazing) decision ...

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