June 2019 Articles

At a time of political flux, UK-US links have never been more important
At a time of political flux, UK-US links have never been more important
It was no surprise to see so much media scrutiny around President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Britain, and there [...]
June 17, 2019
DEBATE: Is social media’s bad reputation retrievable?
DEBATE: Is social media’s bad reputation retrievable?
Is social media’s bad reputation retrievable? Sophie Scott, global managing director of FleishmanHillard’s tech practice, says YES. While technology has [...]
June 17, 2019
We must rediscover our pride in our shared European heritage
We must rediscover our pride in our shared European heritage
With the insult of coming third in the Peterborough by-election, adding to the injury of fifth place in the European [...]
June 17, 2019
Sticks and stones may break my bones
Sticks and stones may break my bones
We live in a world which is becoming ever more difficult to satirise. Reality now far outstrips parody for overblown [...]
June 14, 2019
Love him or hate him, Boris is nicking the Marmite strategy
Love him or hate him, Boris is nicking the Marmite strategy
Is there any brand in the history of advertising that has come up with a slogan as ingenious as Marmite’s [...]
June 14, 2019
DNA samples and bedroom intrusions? The abuse of migrants is a national disgrace
DNA samples and bedroom intrusions? The abuse of migrants is a national disgrace
We live in a time when human rights are considered inherent to all people, not just the majority. Regardless of [...]
June 14, 2019
It’s no mystery who is behind the Gulf of Oman attack, or why
It’s no mystery who is behind the Gulf of Oman attack, or why
“Crime is terribly revealing. Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, [...]
June 14, 2019
DEBATE: Is Cannes Lions still relevant to the advertising industry?
DEBATE: Is Cannes Lions still relevant to the advertising industry?
Is Cannes Lions still relevant to the advertising industry? Rory Hamilton, chief creative officer and partner at Boys + Girls, [...]
June 14, 2019
The next Prime Minister must be more than a one-trick Brexit pony
The next Prime Minister must be more than a one-trick Brexit pony
The starting gun has fired and Boris Johnson is far out ahead in the race to be the next leader [...]
June 14, 2019
Don’t ignore the powder keg sitting on the EU’s doorstep
Don’t ignore the powder keg sitting on the EU’s doorstep
Two decades since 50,000 Nato troops entered Kosovo, the region on the EU’s eastern doorstep remains a potential powder keg. [...]
June 13, 2019
DEBATE: Should we get rid of best-buy lists for investment funds following the Neil Woodford scandal?
DEBATE: Should we get rid of best-buy lists for investment funds following the Neil Woodford scandal?
Should we get rid of best-buy lists for investment funds following the Neil Woodford scandal? Shaun Port, chief investment officer [...]
June 13, 2019
Remainers rejoice, a second referendum seems almost inevitable
Remainers rejoice, a second referendum seems almost inevitable
What a noisy week in politics. The Tory leadership contest is now fully underway, with contenders trying to out-Brexit each [...]
June 13, 2019
Time to unshackle the pensions industry
Time to unshackle the pensions industry
When people think pensions, they probably don’t think tech and they probably don’t think innovation. I want to change that. [...]
June 13, 2019
We could soon see the death of help to buy
We could soon see the death of help to buy
Pertinent questions about the government’s help to buy scheme are raised by the National Audit Office (NAO) this morning following [...]
June 12, 2019