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One in ten firms engage in Pridewash

July 1, 2019

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Over 10% of companies delivering a Pride-themed campaign scored less than 80% for their steps to improve LGBT+ rights.

Watchout for Pridewash season

June 24, 2019

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Like polluting brands that "greenwash" their reputation by embarking on meaningless environmental corporate social responsibility, so we are starting to see Pridewash. These brands have a dodgy track record on LGBT rights, but are now celebrating Pride.

Can people power save the United Kingdom?

March 27, 2019

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The impact of the United Kingdom's crooked 2016 referendum to leave the European Union is fast unravelling as "Brexit" looms, but there's a chance that people power could just save the country from an uncertain future.

For charities’ sake we must have more good news

October 16, 2018

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New research has highlighted the lack of positive news sources available to the public and just a fifth of the population have heard positive news about charities

£117,800 to be the PM’s mouthpiece

January 18, 2016

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The PM needs a new (deputy) spokesperson. And the salary is almost five times the UK's average salary

Sympathy: A difficult word

November 23, 2015

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People have rushed to condemn the Sun for today's headline that British Muslims feel sympathy for ISIS. The problem is not the Sun, but how survey respondents interpreted the word "sympathy."

How Better Together almost lost the Union

September 21, 2014

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How did the 'No' campaign go from a massive lead in the polls to coming perilously close to losing the Scottish Referendum?

The unwelcome political return of Mr Megabus

September 4, 2014

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The No campaign in the Scottish Referendum may have issues with its sexist and patronising adverts, but Sir Brian Souter’s appearance on the BBC last night serves as a reminder that the Yes campaign has its fair share of undesirable views. Let’s go back to 1999/2000 and what the Scottish Daily Mail editorial called: Labour’s […]