Ros Trinick discusses why the public relations industry is going from strength to strength
The High Court ruling on the Uber taxi app
The Green Party has been hitting the headlines with the launch of its General Election campaign. Sadly for them, rather than focusing on the policy offering, the media storm was triggered by what has been dubbed the “worst party leader interview ever given”.
The Care Act received Royal Assent in May. A piece of seminal legislation, it represents the biggest overhaul of the care sector in over 60 years.
PLMR has released a new poll, conducted by ComRes, showing Theresa May as the female leader that the public would most like to see occupy No 10.
FIFA are no strangers to PR challenges.
The news that Adria Richards, the woman who tweeted a photo of two men making what she felt were sexist jokes at a tech conference, was fired last week has provoked mixed reactions.
In the history of Great Britain, there have been many key moments that have helped to shape where we are today.
Since the Chancellor’s Budget Speech on 21st March, the debate over tax avoidance has been raging across the media, provoking widespread furore from an array of different quarters.
Working in PR and lobbying you get used to people assuming that the profession is innately cynical. Whether you’ve watched The Thick of It, In The Loop or Wag the Dog, there are lots of examples which lead many to the conclusion that it’s all spin, spin, spin.