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It’s used by everyone from busy-bodies to businesses, politicians to pet pooches and, as the Guardian recently reported, even GCHQ has gotten in on the act. The question remains, what is it that makes social media so different to the traditional channels we were once used to, and how can effective management of online communications… read more.

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2018 has seen a huge increase in the number of people who have adopted either a vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or flexitarian diet and millennials are at the forefront of this modern shift. While researchers are encouraging people to make changes to their diet for environmental reasons to help with climate change, pollution and the sustainability… read more.

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I tell you what I want, what I really, really want, I would like people to stop right now, thank you very much… and think for a moment. Think about the young women with their lives ahead of them who joined the Army, RAF or Navy to show their support during the World Wars and… read more.

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In 2018 plastic has struggled to escape the headlines and there’s been no getting away from the fact that we need to recycle more, use less of the material and find alternatives. The newspapers and broadcast media are sharing almost daily updates about the harm that the material is having on marine life, sharing pictures… read more.

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As a busy PR office, we can confirm that Autumn is in full swing and Christmas is right around the corner. Our summer holidays feel like a distant memory and planning for 2019 has even begun! Many brands use seasons, celebratory holidays and even the periods in-between as the foundation to their campaigns. In an… read more.