Politics

Covid-19: leaderless UK government flounders in death toll

It was another bad day for the UK government and the rest of us as Covid-19 deaths rose above 900, not what we hoped for after the optimistic noises we heard earlier in the week. We know, or we’ve been ...

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New Havas Media research underlines key BBC role in Covid-19 crisis

The Covid-19 outbreak could be the saviour of Britain’s embattled BBC, not so long ago facing the prospect of being sidelined by a hostile Tory government that refused to allow ministers to even speak to its flagship Radio 4 Today ...

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Analysis from Talon’s Ada shows true UK population movement during Covid-19

Groundbreaking analysis from Ada, Talon Outdoor’s proprietary intelligent data management platform has uncovered that the first two weeks in March had above average movement for the UK population before dramatically declining in the third week by -21% nationally, with London ...

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50 per cent down – is April’s UK adspend falling off a cliff?

April is the cruellest month famously opined TS Eliot (can’t help recalling a celebrated Private Eye spoof with January, February and March crossed out by Ezra Pound – try April, he wrote.) But it’s no laughing matter for UK adland ...

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St Luke’s duo try to help out by putting NHS into reverse

More creativity in the land of Coronavirus, St Luke’s top creatives Richard Denney and Al Young have created a new logo to be shared on social media, Stay Home Now (SHN) which is simply the existing NHS (National Health Service) ...

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From Coca-Cola to Ocean Outdoor: brands try to battle the virus

Coca-Cola is doing its bit to promote social distancing with some tweaks to its sacred logo in Times Square, via McCann Argentina. McDonald’s is separating its arches on some social media. Burger King, inevitably, is doing its bit too. And ...

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