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The Beckham Brand

There once was a time when Victoria Beckham was the Spice Girl who no one took seriously. One fifth of the greatest girl band in the world, (bar Destiny’s Child) Posh was continuously challenged on her singing capability, her inability …

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Shape up plan - The Body Coach

My 90 Day shape up: against all the odds I reach the end of cycle one

I’m not going to lie, the 90 Day Body Coach shape up plan has been a lot harder than I thought it was going to be. Although the recipes have been easy to cook and the exercise easy to fit …

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An internship gave me a way in to the world of PR.

How an internship kickstarted my PR career

You devote three years of your life studying, partying and allegedly ‘finding yourself’ at university, spending a decent chunk of your parents’ hard-earned cash… but hurrah, you earn yourself a solid degree and the world is now your oyster, right? …

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Labour Conference

The State of Labour: Tim Snowball Reports from the Labour Conference

Labour has had a consistent lead in the polls for three years. Psephological predictions would suggest they are heading for a majority – or at least to be the largest party after the election. It would not, therefore, be unreasonable to …

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UK Constitution (democracychronicals)

Constitutional Conundrum

This conference season was meant to be the beginning of the long General Election campaign. An opportunity for each party to start to set out the shape of its offer to the electorate for that crucial vote in eight months …

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Tanish Katkoria - Jeans for Genes Day

Jeans for Genes Day 2014: Wear Jeans, Change Lives!

  It is the annual Jeans for Genes Day this Friday 19th September where people across the UK will donate money to wear jeans to work or school. Coleen Rooney, Katie Price, Sam Faiers, Fabrice Muamba, Gemma Merna , Catherine …

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Scottish independence could have some serious sporting implications.

Scottish Independence: What would it mean for sport in the UK?

It goes without saying that a ‘yes’ vote on Thursday would result in changes of huge economic, legal and social importance for the UK. Amongst the panic surrounding Westminster and Ed Miliband being heckled in Edinburgh, there are a number …

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Hello! Fashion Monthly, PHA

Fashion Magazines – A Trend Still in Vogue

Any girl born in the 90’s will recall impatiently waiting for the latest issue of Mizz or Bliss to hit the shop shelves. For me, collecting makeup ‘Freebies’, laughing at the latest ‘cringe confessions’ and wallpapering my room with cut-out …

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iPhone 6 launch

Time for a change? Launch of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch

On Tuesday evening, Apple unveiled its new selection of products; two new iPhones and a new addition, the Apple Watch. The most notable new feature of both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is the increased screen size. It …

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The Electoral Implications of Scottish Independence…

 With the Scottish referendum due to take place and uncertainty building over the future of the United Kingdom, PHA’s Head of Political Strategy, Tim Snowball, looks at the electoral implications of a ‘Yes’ vote.     A ‘yes’ vote in …

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Top 10 Tips for the Party Conference Season

With Party Conference season nearly upon us, PHA’s Head of Political Strategy, Tim Snowball, outlines his top tips for anyone considering attending conferences this year. Tim’s top tips 1. Give it a go: Political conferences aren’t just for party obsessives …

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Technology

Being social: top ten social media tips tech businesses need to know!

Launching any new tech business is difficult but with the number of recent start ups, actually getting noticed in your field is that much more difficult. It’s for this reason that social media carries even greater importance to help provide …

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