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Is it time for the ad industry to give up on HFSS?

Is it time for the ad industry to give up on HFSS?

Adland is resisting government plans for tougher restrictions on TV and online but the debate raises a wider question about

Govt pulls ad with unproven Covid-19 claim

Govt pulls ad with unproven Covid-19 claim

Cabinet Office has told the ASA the disputed claim will not be repeated.

Banks of Thames turned red in support of events industry

Banks of Thames turned red in support of events industry

Sector is calling for immediate financial support from government.

How should brands handle comms during the coronavirus crisis?

How should brands handle comms during the coronavirus crisis?

SOUNDING BOARD: Amid region-wide panic and business shutdowns, PR heads weigh in on how brands should communicate their messages effectively.

Say no to no deal

Say no to no deal

If our industry wants to avoid the chaos of a no-deal Brexit, we need to make our voices heard loud

This election is not a battle of equals

This election is not a battle of equals

Whatever your politics there will only be one winner, says the co-founder of Proximity London.

Fifth of consumers have boycotted a brand, research finds

Fifth of consumers have boycotted a brand, research finds

Twenty-one per cent of consumers have boycotted a brand as a result of a scandal or negative press, a YouGov

'A crack in American values': Middle East agency leaders respond to Trump immigration ban

'A crack in American values': Middle East agency leaders respond to Trump immigration ban

Four strongly worded essays decry the state of US politics and the silence of the American communications industry.

Holding company chiefs speak out against Trump immigration ban

Holding company chiefs speak out against Trump immigration ban

John Wren, Michael Roth and Martin Sorrell vow to protect their workers from executive order restricting immigration from seven countries.

Who are the Jams and how can brands respond?

Who are the Jams and how can brands respond?

Brands must avoid creating the same trust pitfall that has been created between Jams and politicians, says the founding director