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Does Mental State now Play a Bigger Part than Physical in Football?

The World Cup is just over a year away now, and with Gareth Southgate at the helm – the fans will be expecting him to achieve the seamlessly impossible, and bring the trophy home for the first time since 1966 (for …

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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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Whey Out of Line: Why Your Rage at Protein World Ads is Counter-Productive

Reading the Evening Standard on the way home yesterday I came across the story of yet more outrage about a Protein World advertising campaign. The ad features reality TV ‘star’ Khloe Kardashian in an 80s style leotard and leg-warmer get …

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Socialising at work – why do it?

The Christmas party season may be a distant memory, but that doesn’t mean that socialising with your colleagues should be forgotten about for another year. Here at PHA Media we are advocates for spending time with your teams outside of …

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Farewell Sport magazine

This month, we learned of the closure of Sport magazine. From the magazine’s debut issue back in September 2006 through to its final edition in February 2017, we, as readers, were never disappointed by the sheer breadth of sports covered …

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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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Chef leaves the kitchen, Root gets cooking

Alastair Cook was a very British captain. Solid, dependable, conservative, if perhaps a little uninspiring. A steady hand rather than a dashing innovator. Joe Root’s ascendancy to the England captaincy will show him to be a very different man. Root …

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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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The Best of BETT 2017

In the midst of an ongoing debate over whether tech is good or bad for children, last week’s EdTech show BETT 2017 featured a whole host of companies which are shattering this illusion and showing that technology can be used …

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The Future of Meat

It is now widely understood that modern industrialised farming, and by extension a carnivorous diet, is bad for the environment and often one’s health. In recent years people have become aware of not just the ethical and emotional arguments for …

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10 Years of Smartphone Revolution: Happy Birthday Apple!

As we launch into the second week of 2017, the Technology and Innovation team are excited about the 10th Birthday of the iPhone – a true landmark for all things Apple! Since their release of the original iPhone in 2007, …

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Could Social Media Save English Cricket?

For cricket fans the world over, 2005 evokes every superlative in the cliché book. The Greatest Ashes Series of all time, the series to end all series, theatre on an unparalleled scale in the history of cricket. What a load …

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