back to the start of Change4Life. I was slightly under pressure to [create a kite-mark] and I guess I ...
15 Apr 2013
| by Julia Corkey
It may not have carried the huge headlines of benefit caps and the price of beer or cider, but after a string of Government changes and announcements in recent weeks, local authorities across England and Wales are now facing up to one of their biggest challenges in decades.
The proposed umbrella marketing body set up to pool commercial rights across UK sports will be 'killed off' if it does not attract major sporting associations, according to its boss, Sir Keith Mills.
11 Jan 2013
| by John Owens and Chloe Cann
The Liberal Democrat leader conducted his first Call Clegg show for London radio station LBC yesterday morning, with the station s website offering a live video stream.
The show was 29 minutes of castigation and one minute of humour, said James Tyrell, owner of Insight Public Affairs. It smacks a bit ...
Under the measures, brands in the finance, telecoms and energy sectors would, upon request, be legally obliged to release data they hold relating to a consumer s transactions or use of products and services, in an electronic format.
This followed a consultation run by the Department for Business ...
31 May 2012
| by John Owens
The public believes that the media are coming down more harshly on central government but easing up on local councils, a survey has revealed.
16 May 2012
Leo Burnett has created two cinema and online films to promote the release of a new documentary, Cocaine Unwrapped.
03 May 2012
| by Matt Cartmell
The Government's under-fire health and social care watchdog has taken the unusual step of launching
the targeting of young people, they still allow potentially large numbers of under-18s to see alcohol ...
08 Dec 2011
| by our Parliamentary correspondent
The squeeze on the Government's advertising budget was attacked as a "false economy" this week after it revealed spending on health campaigns had slumped.