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A big week in adland: Brexit (inevitably), Read’s vision for WPP and MAA picks its Agencies of the Year

It’s arguably the biggest week of the year for the ad business (and many others of course) with a crucial Parliamentary vote on Theresa May’s Brexit plan due tomorrow (Tuesday) although it’s this column’s view that the Government may yet ...

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Richard Williams: why the big Brexit issue is a dodgy brief

I’m not saying I have any tips for Theresa May as she tries to get her Brexit deal through Parliament, but I do recognise some of the challenges she faces: a dodgy brief and too many people with a say ...

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Nike comes back for second helping in World Cup wake

There seem to be two main narratives in the UK at the moment: football almost “coming home” (the World Cup went to France of course and, anyway, it’s the Jules Rimet trophy and England didn’t even enter until 1950 – ...

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UK adland confronts Brexit and trust crisis

Brexit was the headline topic of the Advertising Association’s Lead 2018 conference – the trade body has taken on the tricky task of campaigning for a good deal on behalf of the industry – but the outstanding issue of the ...

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Advertising Association fights to keep post-Brexit doors open

The Advertising Association is banging the drum for immigrants post-Brexit with a new campaign from adam&eveDDB based on a report – World Class Talent, World Class Advertising – which shows the the UK (London in particular) attracts more overseas ad ...

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