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Farage’s UKIP ‘victory’ is a mirage

May 26, 2014

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The UKIP 'victory' in the UK European Elections is not all that it seems.

Re-launch or re-hash?

May 8, 2012

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You’d have thought that political spinners would learn? Gordon Brown did them almost quarterly, Ed Miliband has done a fair few, the Big Society has tried at least six. Billed as re-launches, but in effect just re-hashes of the same content. And today we see the coalition proudly jumping on the re-launch bandwagon. That’s not […]

The thin line between love and hate

October 17, 2011

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The Andrew Werritty / Liam Fox affair has re-ignited the debate over the power and influence of ‘lobbyists’. But, as with so much in the world of politics and communications, the distinction between right and wrong is difficult to pin down. Malign power of men who peddle influence Screamed the Daily Mail’s Andrew Pierce in […]

How the media should vote tomorrow

May 5, 2010

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What a mixed bag for the media this election has been. It’s demonstrated dramatically how style can triumph over substance, how poor presentation can lose audiences and how the most persuasive messages are simple and positive.  It’s also shown that social media may not be able to deliver knock out blows, but is vital in […]