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Halloween: Sexy or Scary? The Costume Debate

As the spookiest day of the year approaches, a brief glance through most stores and a peak at online retailers will have us all wondering what we’ll be dressing as this Halloween. Every fashion retailer from Asos to Topshop has …

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Building your tech team: Five top tips for technology recruitment

Hiring a new employee for any business is never an easy process and something that should not be taken lightly, and the more niche a firm the harder this process can be. There is currently a significant skills gap in …

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Ched Evans

Was footballer and convicted rapist Ched Evans right to confront his critics on YouTube?

The future of Sheffield United footballer and convicted rapist Ched Evans has triggered a frenzied moral debate. Should his club refuse to take him back on the grounds that he has committed a crime that is beyond the pale and …

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A night in the life of a London singleton

Last Wednesday started like any other for me at PHA Media; the morning paper reviews, the hustle and bustle of colleagues arriving and an averagely assembled bowl of cereal. There was very little indication of what I was in store …

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Did the Media Coverage of the Oscar Pistorius Trial Affect his Sentencing?

Today marked the end of one of the most high-profile, celebrity criminal trials since OJ Simpson back in 1994. A few hours ago, Oscar Pistorius was sentenced to five years imprisonment for the culpable homicide (manslaughter) of his girlfriend Reeva …

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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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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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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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