Off to New Zealand for a while. Pix for those who care via Facebook and smug (more than usual) updates via Twitter. Above, the fabulous Finn brothers and below the New Zealand tourist propaganda for a taste. And in ...Read More

Just presented the Edelman Trust Barometer in our new Madrid office (we moved a couple of weeks ago) which is thrillingly close to the Bernabeu, so I imagine future trips here will be planned with home fixtures in mind. Here are ...Read More

Dutch TV has just bought the show format of the BBC's classic Yes Minister. Apparently Turkey and Inida have already made local versions. Even in recession this land can still proudly point to a long and glorious tradition of ...Read More

I so hope this movie lives up to the book. My copy was sent to me a few years ago by Weber Shandwick's Tim Sutton, a lifelong Derby fan and a scholar of the game and the ways of ...Read More

Jon Stewart vs. Jim Cramer - FULL VIDEO @ Yahoo! Video Last week's sensational confrontation between the Daily Show's John Stewart and CNBC's Jim Cramer has brought into stark focus the role the media played in the lead up to the ...Read More

I was talking to someone today about class in the UK and how powerful it still is (or isn't) professionally. I am old enough to remember when it absolutely was an issue and I pretty much fled the country ...Read More

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Guest Post: Michael Burrell, Chair, Public Affairs Practice, Edelman, Europe Sooner or later British public affairs practitioners may find themselves operating under a whole new system of statutory regulation. It could happen this summer under the Labour Government or, if not, then ...Read More

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