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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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Top tips for dealing with stress

#NationalStressAwarenessDay We all lead busy lives these days. Working hours, time spent commuting, seeing our friends and family. There are several things going on in our daily lives that mean we are often being pulled in different directions. This can …

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5 Immunity Boosting Foods to Fight Flu

We all know it takes more than an apple a day to keep the doctor away however when it comes to choosing what to eat to boost your immune system things can get pretty confusing. Should we be shovelling bee …

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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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How to Avoid Catching the Office Cold

Hands up if you’ve coughed/sneezed/spluttered at any point over the last week and then uttered the immortal phrase ‘there’s something going around isn’t there’. A cold that spreads like wildfire is a rite of passage for all offices across the …

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The Paradox of Personality in Sport

‘Remember to wear bright boots’ – often the final, seemingly-trivial piece of advice given to young footballers before heading to potentially life-changing club trials. Why? Amongst the throngs of budding fresh talent, it can be difficult for a player, sometimes …

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Gamesmanship dictating the need for media management

David Beckham was and to this day remains one of, if not the most iconic of all British sportsman. Not only that, but through his long and illustrious career in football he has earnt a fantastic reputation for himself, both …

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Breast Cancer Awareness month: Is it time to take off the rose-tinted glasses?

The month of October is Breast Cancer awareness month. An annual event that since a faithful and successful campaign run by charity Breast Cancer Care, has been rose-tinted in its glory. Although here in the UK we do not suffer …

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Back to School: Celebrating Languages Week

If you work with children, you might have noticed there was a big emphasis on language learning last week. Monday, 26th September marked the annual European Day of Languages (our client Memrise definitely didn’t let that one slide), and many …

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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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How Influential is the Behaviour of Sports Fans on the Outcome of an Event?

The 2016 Ryder Cup saw some of the best golf ever played at the competition, with the Reed v McIlroy and Mickelson v Garcia singles matches going to live long in the memory. The contest was somewhat marred, however, by …

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