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Creative Mentor Network "Hot praise hotline" by Uncommon Creative Studio

Creative Mentor Network has enlisted the help of adland leaders for an ego-boosting hotline.

Private view: Rob Doubal and Graeme Noble

McCann's Rob Doubal and TMW Unlimited's Graeme Noble review ads by Lotto, Guinness, Barbie, Very, and Cadbury Milk Tray.

Cancer Research UK appoints Anomaly

Cancer Research UK has appointed Anomaly London as its lead creative agency after a competitive pitch.

TV ad for religious faith healing banned by ads regulator

A teleshopping ad, claiming that faith healing could heal warts and stomach ulcers, has been banned by the advertising watchdog

Finally, the days of our obsolete Sunday Trading laws could soon end

Wunderman UK's business and technology editor says the liberalisation of Sunday Trading restrictions look like being a political triumph for

Agencies line up for government health campaign

The government and the NHS are on the hunt for an ad agency to handle a winter communications campaign.

RNLI "hold tight, hand up" by Proximity London

Proximity's 2014 "beach smart" campaign was lauded for drawing attention to the RNLI's wristband system for looking after children on

The Alzheimer's Society: latest activity for Memory Walk campaign

The Alzheimer's Society launches Walk for World Without Dementia campaign

The Alzheimer's Society has a launched a campaign written by the granddaughter of a couple living with dementia, which aims

Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE is founder and chief executive of Kids Company

'As a CEO, I had four flaws: I was a female, cared for children, dressed funny and was fat!'

As Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE announced she was stepping down from the charity following the government withholding its

  The recent reaction to UK General election polls showed how we rely on stats too much at times

The hubris and the angst dogging the research industry

The uproar over the 'failure' of the pre-general election opinion polling offers marketers an apt reminder of the need for