The facts may have changed on Brexit - but people’s minds have not
Reflecting the national vote in the 2016 referendum, voters in Bedford split almost the same way, with 51.8% voting to leave the EU. Two years on, we joined the BBC Radio 4 Today programme to ask local Bedford residents what they have to say on the matter now.
Concern about Brexit continues to climb and worry about crime rises to a seven-year high
The Ipsos MORI Issues Index for November 2018 shows sixty-two per cent of Britons see the EU and Brexit as one of the biggest issues for Britain, while concern about crime has risen by ten points since last month.
What the Nike campaign tells us about the risks & rewards of taking a stand
Nike's advertising campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick – a man described by the New York Times as “perhaps the most divisive American athlete of his generation” – is one of the most contentious examples of corporate activism in recent memory. What lessons can corporate communicators draw from the company speaking out on a ‘hot button’ issue, and how does this affect corporate reputation?