27 Feb 2013
| by Claire Beale
Sir Martin Sorrell reckons that Moody's decision to strip the UK of its AAA rating is further proof that (for now) we should all be looking to the Next 11 countries and even, still, the BRICS for growth.
26 Feb 2013
| by Alex Deane
We are witnessing a game-changing rise in UKIP's standing. It does not take a crystal ball to visualise that the party will be vying with Labour to win next year's elections for Britain's seats in the European Parliament.
21 Feb 2013
Ploughing through agency submissions for the Campaign School Reports (out next month), the issue of trust is played out in its own little way.
14 Feb 2013
| by Russ Lidstone, chief executive, Havas Worldwide London
Marketing's unique weekly analysis of ad recall in association with TNS.
When Gene Roddenberry was casting round for characters to populate his series 'Star Trek: The Next Generation', he created the android Lieutenant Commander Data.
11 Feb 2013
| by Luke Blair
One way of judging an organisation, especially a public sector organisation, is what kind of proactive or reactive stance it takes to communications.
08 Feb 2013
| by Julia Corkey
Councils across the country are gearing up for the annual moment when they ask their residents to pay hundreds of pounds to the town hall in the form of council tax.
29 Jan 2013
| by John Shewell
'The future civil service will be faster, smaller and provide more services online.' These were the words of Katherine Kerswell, the director-general of civil service reform at the cabinet office published in the Guardian recently.
18 Jan 2013
| by Polly Cziok
Like many others in the public sector, I was very interested to read of the appointment of Westminster Council's Alex Aiken to the civil service's top communications role.
03 Jan 2013
| by Luke Blair
In this week's column, London Communications Agency director Luke Blair looks at findings from research conducted by his agency.