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Brexit demands a new approach to internal comms and engagement for UK PLC

Brexit demands a new approach to internal comms and engagement for UK PLC

Throughout the build-up to the referendum, 'take back control' was a beguiling refrain from those who suggested that we were, or soon would be, 'out of control' if we voted to 'remain'.

Seeing red: Don't pass the buck to PR professionals, we are not salespeople

Seeing red: Don't pass the buck to PR professionals, we are not salespeople

I find it extraordinary that public relations is an industry many struggle to understand and define, especially when it comes to our role with sales.

Pay up or see your reputation plunge, PR boss tells Sir Philip Green

Pay up or see your reputation plunge, PR boss tells Sir Philip Green

Sir Philip Green's reputation as the king of retail is in ruins thanks to a damning report by MPs - and one corporate PR expert says that plugging the pension gap in his former company is the only way his image can recover.

Is Sir Philip Green's reputation Arcadia's biggest asset or its greatest downfall?

Is Sir Philip Green's reputation Arcadia's biggest asset or its greatest downfall?

I was going to start this article by harking back to Sir Philip Green's glory years but after an hour of research into King Topshop's career history, I'm struggling to find anything that paints him in an overly good light.

Rocket man flies too close to The Sun

Rocket man flies too close to The Sun

The curse of the celebrity injunction appears to have struck again after Sir Elton John lost a battle to prevent The Sun reporting claims that he sexually harassed a male employee.

The day I media trained Boris Johnson

The day I media trained Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson and media training don't seem like the most obvious words you'd find in the same sentence.

Theresa May's first PMQs: Orgreave, Trident and inevitable comparisons with Thatcher

Theresa May's first PMQs: Orgreave, Trident and inevitable comparisons with Thatcher

In her inaugural PMQs appearance, Prime Minister Theresa May gave what some commentators described as an "assured" and "competent" performance while Jeremy Corbyn failed to land any serious blows.

From the editor-in-chief: Comms pros are being tested as never before

From the editor-in-chief: Comms pros are being tested as never before

Has there ever been a more tumultuous month in the UK comms business?

Labour leadership contender's lobbying career raises Labour eyebrows

Labour leadership contender's lobbying career raises Labour eyebrows

The Times has run a front page story examining Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith's previous career as a lobbyist for Pfizer.

Purpose is not old news - it has just evolved

Purpose is not old news - it has just evolved

There was talk of 'cause fatigue' at Cannes this year, but that doesn't mean the industry should move on - it's simply that purpose has evolved.