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  • Who’s solving the social care crisis?

    The Conservative Party’s pledges on social care made the headlines yesterday, but have they gone far enough to address what is becoming widely accepted as a crisis in social care? Sir Andrew Dilnot, former government advisor, and author of the Dilnot Review, doesn’t think so.  He argues that, whilst the key pledges of introducing a […] The post Who’s solving the social care crisis? appeared first ...

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  • Calm before the Stormont – the curious lack of coverage of Northern Ireland

    Calm before the Stormont – the curious lack of coverage from Northern Ireland At one of the most fascinating junctures in Northern Ireland’s recent political history, it is only Jeremy Corbyn’s links with the IRA making headlines. The politics of the day are left largely unreported. The lack of coverage persists in spite of a […] The post Calm before the Stormont – the curious lack of coverage of ...

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  • The Lib Dem Manifesto: a plan for opposition

    On paper, one could not have asked for a better political environment for the fabled #LibDemFightback. An electorate that is in large swathes opposed to Brexit, a Labour Party that has abandoned the centre ground in favour of a socialist agenda, and a Conservative Government intent on slashing public spending. However, it has been a […] The post The Lib Dem Manifesto: a plan for opposition appeare...

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  • Jeremy’s revolution will not be televised

    The broadcasters have set out their plans for election TV specials in the run up to June 8. As expected, there will be no set piece debate between the party leaders after Theresa May ruled it out completely. Her refusal to take on Corbyn & Co sent ITV, Sky and the BBC back to the […] The post Jeremy’s revolution will not be televised appeared first on MHP.

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  • UK science research at Brexit crossroad

    When the Brexit negotiations close, regardless of outcome, there will be a lot to consider for scientists and those involved in research and development (R&D) across the continent of Europe. The most likely result remains that the UK will still be able to access key programmes, but will no longer do so from the privileged […] The post UK science research at Brexit crossroad appeared first on MHP.

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  • Back to the 1970s? It’s barely even 2015

    So how do newspapers cover a General Election when the result is a foregone conclusion? The simple answer is, you pretend it isn’t. So, despite everyone knowing Theresa May is heading for a handsome win, Fleet Street goes along with the pretence that all is at stake. And that means Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘leaked’ draft manifesto makes […] The post Back to the 1970s? It’s barely even 2015 appeared first o...

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  • PM kicks Labour and UKIP right in the ballots

    Get used to these headlines. Conservatives winning seats everywhere. Labour collapsing all over the place, including some of its heartlands. The Lib Dems failing to cut through, and stacking up votes in the wrong places. And UKIP facing total wipeout as Theresa May well and truly eats their lunch. That’s the story of yesterday’s local elections, […] The post PM kicks Labour and UKIP right in the b...

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  • Abbott’s maths in a muddle

    First up, the Numbers Round, with Diane Abbott. It’s been a tough week for the Shadow Home Sec. She spent most of Tuesday morning tying herself up in numerical knots on LBC and came similarly unstuck in an interview with ITN today. ‘The net losses are about 50’, Abbott proclaimed before being told it was […] The post Abbott’s maths in a muddle appeared first on MHP.

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  • 2017: The nihilistic election?

    With yesterday’s dissolution of Parliament, and today’s broadcast media blackout precipitated by the local elections taking place across the country, it seems an auspicious time to look at what the initial skirmishes of the General Election can tell us about the upcoming campaign. The Conservative strategy is crystal clear – say as little as possible […] The post 2017: The nihilistic election? app...

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  • Fry takes on MHP Crisis role

    MHP Communications has appointed Barnaby Fry as Head of Crisis to lead its growing crisis communications offer. Barnaby, a Managing Director at MHP, has 20 years’ experience of corporate and financial communications advising the Boards of large international businesses on a broad range of crises and issues management scenarios. Barnaby will lead MHP’s crisis team, […] The post Fry takes on MHP Cri...

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  • What next for the European Medicines Agency?

    The threat of a post-Brexit talent exodus from the UK is genuine, but like most things connected to the “B word” nothing is quite what it seems. When, on a recent visit to the UK, President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, was asked by Channel 4 News whether the European Medicines Agency would be […] The post What next for the European Medicines Agency? appeared first on MHP.

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  • Does May like Cabinet wet or dry?

    With Theresa May almost universally expected to remain the occupant of 10 Downing Street after 8 June, attention is increasingly turning to who might be moved in the Cabinet reshuffle widely expected to follow the election. While one of the key criteria for promotion so far in Theresa May’s premiership has been previous experience of […] The post Does May like Cabinet wet or dry? appeared first on...

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  • Tough lessons for digital disruptors

    The advent of the internet and mobile phone technology has been one of the greatest forces of change in recent times, and nowhere has its impact been more apparent than in business. Even in the last five years, the ability of entrepreneurs to grow ideas into successful and sometimes global businesses with the help of […] The post Tough lessons for digital disruptors appeared first on MHP.

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  • How AI created Aimee for Baby Dove

    Baby Dove launched with a bang in the UK with the image of a flawless, confident and polished young woman on the giant billboard at London’s Waterloo station and the provocative question ‘Is there a perfect mum?’ As planned it triggered a social media debate and backlash around how mums are presented and portrayed in […] The post How AI created Aimee for Baby Dove appeared first on MHP.

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  • Theresa May’s election U-Turn

    So, it turns out that Theresa May is just like every other politician after all – saying one thing and doing another. After months of staring into camera lenses, vowing not to call an early General Election, she walked out into Downing Street this morning and said that, ‘reluctantly’, she now thought it would be […] The post Theresa May’s election U-Turn appeared first on MHP.

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  • General election 2017: The Scottish sub-plot

    Theresa May’s shock announcement that she will call a General Election for 8 June has profound implications across the country, but an important element of the six-week campaign will be developments in a corner of Southern Scotland. The constituency of Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale returned Scotland’s only Conservative MP in 2015, with a slim majority […] The post General election 2017: ...

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  • A journalist’s election survival guide

    “Not another one. What am I going to tell the family?” That was the near-universal reaction among weary political reporters in Westminster who had started to finally dream of a summer holiday after three long years of referenda and bitter election battles. Now they are looking forward to some or all of the following: seven […] The post A journalist’s election survival guide appeared first on MHP.

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  • Breakxit

    Easter has arrived bringing with it the miracle of a few days’ respite from the usual Brexit furore, allowing the British public a chance to consider and reflect on other important world affairs such as the G7 summit and events in Syria. More practically, this let-up in the media has allowed the battle lines to […] The post Breakxit appeared first on MHP.

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  • Bank Holiday Getaway: A reporter’s lament

    While planning an Easter excursion to the South West this weekend, I was reminded of my time as a national newspaper reporter – and the recurring pain the dreaded Bank Holiday Getaway Story. Newspapers are funny organisations – their raison d’être is to report what’s new, but they can also have a peculiar obsession with […] The post Bank Holiday Getaway: A reporter’s lament appeared first on MHP.

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  • Roll up for the Lobbying Olympics

    There is something profoundly Orwellian about the Great Repeal Bill, which kicks off its tortuous legislative journey this month. For the Bill essentially functions as a gigantic regulatory cut and paste of all relevant European law into UK statute. The repeal bit actually comes later, as Parliament will legislate, over the next ten years or […] The post Roll up for the Lobbying Olympics appeared ...

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  • MHP opens in Singapore

    MHP Communications today announces the opening of a new Singapore office to meet growing client needs in Southeast Asia. The office will be led by Kelly Johnston who joins MHP as General Manager for Singapore.  She will report to Emma Smith, Chief Executive of MHP Asia Pacific. Prior to MHP, Kelly held senior roles with […] The post MHP opens in Singapore appeared first on MHP.

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  • MHP Briefing – Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View

    NHS England has today (Friday 31 March) published its Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View, which sets out the NHS’ main national service improvement priorities.  While the Five Year Forward View (FYFV), published in Autumn 2014, set out why improvements were needed on the triple aim of better health, better care and […] The post MHP Briefing – Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View ...

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  • Daily Mail Executive News Editor Keith Gladdis joins MHP Communications

    MHP Communications today announces that Keith Gladdis, the Daily Mail’s Executive News Editor will be joining MHP Communications as a Director. He will be joining MHP’s Media Unit, offering senior counsel to clients on media strategy, crisis communications and effective campaigning. Keith has worked in the cutting edge of journalism for more than 20 years […] The post Daily Mail Executive News Edi...

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  • UK facing constitutional standstill

    Yesterday, the power-sharing talks for Stormont broke down when the DUP and Sinn Fein could not reach agreement on forming a government. Today in Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament will vote to seek permission to hold a second independence referendum before Spring 2019. Tomorrow in Westminster, Theresa May will trigger Article 50, setting in motion the […] The post UK facing constitutional standsti...

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  • Why live video streaming is challenging TV

    From Candace Payne aka “the Chewbacca mum” to the live streaming of election night by CNN in the US, Facebook Live is becoming increasingly popular and presents endless opportunities for video content. Some commentators have gone as far to say that social media streaming platforms are a “ticking time bomb” for the likes of traditional […] The post Why live video streaming is challenging TV appeare...

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  • L’Oréal: It’s not just about beauty

    Brief: MHP have worked with L’Oréal UK and Ireland since the beginning of 2016 to help drive its corporate brand reputation in the UK as a successful responsible and forward-looking business Strategy: MHP built a PR strategy focussed on driving media and consumer awareness around key company initiatives within two areas – use of technological […] The post L’Oréal: It’s not just about beauty appear...

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  • Pensions sector needs more diverse thinking

    Like each and every one of its predecessors, the annual Investment Conference hosted in Edinburgh by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA), was attended by an overwhelmingly white, male crowd. No surprise there. The demographics of PLSA members no doubt mirror those of the industries it represents. (Although there is some irony in the fact […] The post Pensions sector needs more div...

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  • #MissingType: Campaign of the year

    MHP Communications work on the #MissingType campaign has been singled out by leading figures in the PR industry. The campaign, which MHP ran in conjunction with parent company Engine, was voted the best campaign by leading figures in the industry for the PR Week Power Book 2017 . #MissingType had a significant impact on the number […] The post #MissingType: Campaign of the year appeared first on M...

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