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The five most important tweets on the #EU2014 vote

May 28, 2014


Seismic earthquakes. Political turmoil. Revolutionary. There’s been much written about the European elections, but the five tweets below provide clear lessons the UK political parties – and anyone with a passion for democracy – must learn: 1) Things are not what they seem Another Angry Voice has an important overview of the 12 things the European […]

Is this the most effective PR campaign in Europe?

March 31, 2014


There are some PR awards anyone would be delighted about being nominated for, but do they prove you have one of the most effective PR campaigns in Europe? Claremont’s work for National Apprenticeship Week 2013 (working with the Skills Funding Agency in house team and our partners at Tribe PR, On Broadcast and Shackleton PR) has just been […]

How do you define right and wrong in PR?

December 11, 2013


Yesterday morning’s papers showed two different sides of PR. While the boss of Bell Pottinger represents dictators claimed his firm are decent people in the Guardian, Save the Children are alleged to be supressing news stories to curry favour with corporate donors in the Independent. So how do you define right and wrong in PR? […]