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United Airlines Meme

Unfriendly skies for United Airlines.

It hasn’t even been a month since the infamous #leggingsgate scandal when two young girls where stopped from boarding a plane to Denver because they were wearing inappropriate attire, leggings. Now United Airlines finds itself in another PR disaster and …

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National Trust Easter Egg Hunt

An Egg is for everyone, not just for Easter

If it was publicity Cadbury’s were after when they launched their most recent campaign, then this may have been a case of careful what you wish for. As worldwide pressing issues aside, Prime Minister Theresa May today was one of …

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Trump, President, Britain

What does President Trump mean for Britain?

It is fair to say that the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States has, at best, received a mixed reaction in Britain. In the run up to Election Day, a poll by Gallup found …

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Why Trump Won

Tim Snowball, Director of Political Strategy, PHA Media Trump promised to “win big”, and he has.  “The Donald” has defied the odds and romped home to a shock victory. He will now be sworn in as President on  the 20th of …

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Why the flu jab is for everyone

With the flu season in full swing, many people think that the flu jab is only for young children, pregnant women and pensioners. Yet a flu jab can save anyone from suffering from this unpredictable virus this winter. To encourage more …

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How sponsoring an award can humanise your brand

Earlier this week was the Daily Mirror’s annual Pride of Britain awards, presenting those who are truly remarkable with recognition of their achievements. This year the awards were sponsored by TSB, and hosted by The Daily Mirror. These are both …

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The High Court decision on Brexit: What happens now?

Michael Lach, Public Affairs Intern, PHA Media The High Court has spoken; the UK Government must now consult Parliament before triggering Article 50 to leave the European Union after the Brexit vote earlier this year. This marks a critical setback …

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Are we in for the closest title race in the Premier League for years?

We may have witnessed, without doubt, the most bizarre, unprecedented season in the history of the Premier League last year, but it was by no means the closest in terms of the race for the title. We saw the unthinkable …

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A view from Conservative Party Conference

As 12,000 tired and slightly worse for wear delegates begin to recover from a busy 4 days at Conservative Party Conference, Number 10 will be breathing a quiet sigh of relief. With no gaffes, and few MPs causing trouble (Osborne, …

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Kim Kardashian and the Danger of Snapchat

At around 3am on Monday morning, reality TV star Kim Kardashian was the victim of a terrifying armed robbery, when 5 masked men stormed into her Paris house and stole around £8.5m of jewellery. Johanna Primevert, chief spokeswoman for the …

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Trump, Brexit, Corbyn – the rules of political engagement have changed

Bandying about insults, interrupting his opponent, a winding monologue packed with hyperbole and absent of any detail. Casual observers of US politics could be forgiven for thinking they had stumbled upon an episode of The Apprentice. Except it couldn’t be …

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An identity crisis may be exactly what UKIP needs

By Simeon Goldstraw Although Theresa May has now returned from Switzerland, presumably with a useful taster of how Britain  might feel outside of the European Union, it is the schism within the Labour Party that continues to grasp the political …

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