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The Queen’s Speech: What to Expect

By Emily Granger – Public Affairs Intern The Queen’s Speech – which lays out the laws that ministers want to pass in the coming year – is a major moment in the parliamentary diary. It is seen as a critical test …

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18 Political Campaign Ads that made me question my reality

If anyone ever tells you they are having a bad day, don’t listen to them, because they haven’t spent the last five hours watching Political Campaign Ads/Songs. With the Snap Election just days away, let’s all come together and bask …

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#EdBallsDay & The Best of Political Tweets

  "I know it was you, Fredo…." pic.twitter.com/RGHQRlnLyP — Marina Hyde (@MarinaHyde) June 28, 2016 Personal reputation masterstroke or fortunate blunder? That could be the tagline of Ed Balls’ entire life to date. Unfathomably worse at Twitter than he is …

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Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness: A Divided Figure That United An Island

Those waking up this morning to discover the death of Martin McGuinness will likely take one of two mind-sets: a former terrorist commander personally culpable for the deaths of over a thousand people, or a reformed politician who ditched his …

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The Creative Industries Must Make Themselves Heard

Britain has always been a leader in the creative industries, but a question mark hovers over its future. At a time of Brexit, an NHS stretched to breaking point, and spending cuts, it is easy for industries that are doing …

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London Mayoral Election

This Week’s By-Elections: What you need to know

By Christie Chapman Buried beneath the political concentration on Trump’s proposed state visit and the ongoing tribulations of Brexit formalities is the upcoming by-election polls that will take place in Stoke-on-Trent and Copeland tomorrow. The Labour party has been historically …

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My Public Affairs Internship

By Michael Lach My internship at PHA Media started in October 2016, after recently completing my degree in International Relations and Politics from the University of East Anglia. I had always been interested in Politics as well as PR, and …

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Theresa May Donald Trump Holding Hands Special Relationship

Saving The Special Relationship

By Michael Lach, PHA Public Affairs     Donald Trump has been President for little over a week, but there has already been significant political change. In that time Theresa May held hands with the new President at the White …

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Celebrities Stand Up To Trump

  It has been 12 days since Trump became the fully fledged President of the United States of America. However, in those 12 days, America is looking less united than ever. His executive orders, from issuing gag orders on abortion …

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Streep Vs. Trump: Should Celebrities Get Involved In Politics?

Should celebrities publicly have their input on politics? If we are talking about the day to day plod of politics, the budgeting, strike action, whether or not referendums should even exist…then perhaps celebrities aren’t best placed to speak on the …

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Hoem Affairs Select Committee Christmas Card

The Weird and Wonderful World of Political Christmas Cards

By Peter Jackson Eastwood & Emily Burditt. It’s the festive season, so what better way to celebrate than to forensically examine just how appalling Politicians Christmas Cards are? Welcome to the strange and wonderful world of political Christmas cards… Nigel Evans …

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Public Affairs Brexit EU

Has the pound’s devaluation helped stimulate the economy?

Over the last year the pound has lost 20% of its trade-weighted value, and further falls once Article 50 has been activated and beyond look likely. The negative effects of the weaker pound are becoming increasing apparent- imported items like …

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