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Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling “tired” storm continues to rumble on…

The modern day footballer is expected to be a machine. For Raheem Sterling being human though is simply not good enough in some people’s eyes. For those of you are unfamiliar with the story, Sterling asked to be rested ahead …

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MFW

Moschino does Barbie at Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week Day 1 and the international fashion scene, has been put under the Moschino spell thanks to a barbie inspired show. Social media buzzing, Facebook newsfeeds incessantly reporting, twitter accounts on fire, Instagram accounts drenched in plastic pink …

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The media has a powerful role to play in shaping public perception towards war.

It’s war – but according to who?

Earlier this week (7 October) marked 13 years of the international military campaign in Afghanistan. In that time 453 British troops have lost their lives, an estimated £37bn has been spent, more Afghans than ever are voting in presidential elections …

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Amanda-Bynes

Are our child stars doomed?

Amanda Bynes is back in the press this week and Justin Bieber, Lindsay Lohan and One Direction regularly grace our headlines with news of their shocking antics. Whether at the root of celebrity feuds, drink driving charges or rumours of …

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John Lewis, The Revolting French And A PR Masterclass

Andy Street, managing director of John Lewis, is not a businessman with much experience of being in the eye of a media storm. After all, John Lewis is one of the retail sector’s most notable success stories and its corporate …

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Wonga 1

The Wonga scandal – why we need to be asking bigger questions

Flicking through the Metro on the tube this morning, my day was undeniably brightened to read that Wonga has announced its plans to write off the debt of some 330,000 borrowers – at the cost of an eye watering £220 …

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tech tips

Five steps to get your tech start-up noticed

Competition in the tech world is now fiercer than ever before. From multinationals such as Apple and Microsoft to tech start-ups in Old Street, every business wants to be noticed. Unfortunately, more competition means that someone has to miss out, …

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PHA Media Digital Dating

Digital dating: a revolution or the dilution of romance?

As the world becomes more digitally crazed and the internet is branded a fourth utility, we’ve witnessed a considerable rise in digital dating with hundreds of dating websites and smart phone applications promising to find you that special someone. The …

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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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