26 Nov 1998
| by DANNY ROGERS
by the government to ensure they are not
covert cigarette advertising....up by the government to ensure they are not
covert cigarette advertising.
Sources close ...
, say the
government is toughening its stance on so-called brand stretching .
The onus ...
rather than the
other way round. The government will effectively be licensing brand
stretching on a ...
17 Sep 1998
| by ROGER COWE
mountain when the government s subsidy runs out in 2002. Then Virgin
Trains has to start paying the government and the sums rise steeply,
adding up to more than pounds 1bn by the time ...
11 Sep 1998
| by JOHN OWEN and ASHLEY DAVIES
has said it is too early to fix a
date for the analogue switch-off. Responding to the Government ...
11 Sep 1998
| by JASPAR SHELBOURNE, executive creative d
down pretty well.
The Government is launching something called a New Deal for
03 Sep 1998
| by ROBERT GRAY
agreement governing over-the-counter pharmaceuticals. Its
actions were challenged by the manufacturers ...
28 Aug 1998
| by EMMA HALL
through Leo Burnett, aimed at curbing under-age smoking. New US
Government legislation ...
, Abercrombie s work. ASI, the world s oldest human rights
organisation, lobbies governments to stop people ...
Campaign s award-winning website continues to bring you the stories
- Tuesday 18.08 AMV BBDO wins British Heart Foundation
- Tuesday 17.38 Airtours set to appoint Lowe Howard-Spink.
- Tuesday 12.26 FCA! wins Government campaign to help single parents
- Monday 13.22 DDB ...
16 Jul 1998
| by KEN GOFTON
detergent launch in the UK;
health minister Edwina Currie denies that the government s anti-heroin
03 Jul 1998
| by ELEANOR TRICKETT
of Parliamentary time but will
increase the pressure on the Government to act.
Mother and Rocket have been ...
02 Jul 1998
| by DRAYTON BIRD, who runs the Drayton Bird
Honest politicians and military intelligence are often given as
waggish examples of the oxymoron - a figure of speech with pointed
conjunction of apparent contradictions as my dictionary calls it.
The contortions of our ethical government reconfirm the validity of
the first ...