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A day with a charity: FoodCycle in partnership with MIND

Sam and I chose to spend our development days with the brilliant FoodCycle in partnership with MIND for a day of food collecting, cooking and hosting. While researching potential charities, we both realised that we were eager to find a …

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A Streetcat Named Bob Premiere

After over 2 years of working with James Bowen and Streetcat Bob, the Media Management department reached the pinnacle and unquestionable highlight of their working relationship with the lovable best-selling author and his ginger tomcat. Our team have been with …

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7 Quick Home Workouts

As the temperature drops, so does our motivation to get out of the house for a workout. This week’s Monday Motivation, we’ve gathered together a weeks’ worth of quick at-home fitness workouts to get you kick-started into staying active. Chair …

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Black Mirror – A reflection of tech’s communication problem?

The latest season in Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series, Black Mirror – think The Twilight Zone brought to the digital age if you haven’t seen it – has given viewers much food for thought this past fortnight as modern technology …

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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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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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