Two in-house lobbyists and a professor of PR have expressed reservations about the Government's proposed statutory lobbying register.
10 Jun 2013
OVK, the European organisation set up by the parents of road victims, has released a campaign to dissuade people from texting and driving. Happiness Brussels created the ads, which comprise photos of people who appear dead but are in fact just looking down at their phones. The ads, which are running...
Former homeless ex-soldier Bob Barrett has joined forces with The Royal British Legion and Stoll for a range of sauces that will raise money for the two charities.
The latest 'lobbying' scandal to hit Parliament involving MP Tim Yeo may lead to 'a clamour for recall of MPs' that would force them to behave, according to Maitland Political's Kevin Bell.
The Direct Marketing Association is calling on the Government to provide regulators with greater resources to help clamp down on nuisance calls.
The University for the Creative Arts has handed a new brief to Communications Management ahead of this summer's recruitment drive to help attract prospective students.
Katie Deeble is taking on the challenge of communicating the reshaping of the Metropolitan Police to its near-50,000 staff.
Pregnant women should be wary of the risks to foetuses from chemicals in cosmetics and food packaging, according to research published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), which has been heavily criticised.
As lobbying hits the headlines following undercover media stings, take a look at our interactive timeline to see how the story unfolded and how efforts to regulate lobbying have taken shape.
Commentators on last night's Panorama lobbying sting are united in condemning apparent abuses of parliamentary rules but more mixed on its conclusions about the culture of lobbying.