PR

Can Hornby’s The&Partnership ride to rescue of Change UK?

Newly-formed political entity The Independent Group, consisting of a handful of Remain-supporting refugee MPs from Labour and the Tories, hasn’t exactly got off to a flying start. For the time being at least it’s known as Change UK as the ...

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The History of Advertising Trust’s Jack Meggitt-Phillips picks his Desert Island (political) Ads

Jack Meggitt-Phillips is presenter and co-producer of The History of Advertising Podcast, the Apple Podcasts show which looks back at the stories behind some of the nation’s favourite ads.   Desert Island Ads Politics has been described as showbusiness for ...

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Macallan takes a flyer and comes crashing to earth

This global ad for Macallan whisky has been banned by the UK’s ASA (somewhat belatedly) for, well, encouraging people to jump off cliffs maybe. Or believing they can turn into a bird. The usual aspirational nonsense from spirits makers. It ...

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Anomaly Amsterdam’s “Accidental Environmentalists” spearhead IKEA climate change campaign

IKEA is entering the climate change lists with a new platform from Anomaly Amsterdam – ‘A Better World Starts At Home’ – and a global campaign hymning “Accidental Environmentalists,” showing how the most unlikely individuals can help same the planet ...

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Blue State Digital’s Samir Patel: why the whole world needs proper regulation for Facebook and its rivals

It’s been a hellish few weeks for Facebook. Earlier this month, just 24 hours after announcing its pivot to a more privacy-focused platform in an attempt to reassure an increasingly concerned user base, it was revealed that Facebook’s single biggest ...

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Adam&eve wins global brief to protect children from war, UK media rallies round in wake of Cyclone Idai disaster

Save the Children’s UK agency adam&eveDDB has been appointed to handle a new global campaign for Save the Children International with the theme Stop the War on Children. Save the Children was founded by Eglantyne Jebb 100 years ago, in ...

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