Monthly Archives: July 2017

Defamation 101 – courtesy of the Observer

Over the last few months, I’ve become a bit of a Twitter fanatic. And I’ve learned a lot in that time. I’ve learned that Twitter users can be roughly divided into two groups – those who use their real names … Continue reading

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British politics has a serious branding problem

There is a serious branding problem among the key political parties in Britain at the moment. Labour, with its promises to wipe out student debt and protect the triple lock on pensions, and its upper-middle class support base, can no … Continue reading

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Going where the grass is greener

Reality TV. These days you just can’t avoid it – it’s become such a popular, relatively cheap format for TV producers in recent years that virtually no life experience or situation has gone uncovered. From business-themed shows such as the … Continue reading

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