In a world blighted by conflict and anger it’s easy to wonder where love is but, if you want it and you look for it, you will find it.
Both brands and politicians are heavily dependent on the art of communication and audience engagement. So why is the former brilliant at both whilst the latter is often so bad? Continue Reading →
I support most of the restrictions placed upon the tobacco industry. However, I’m not so sure about plain packaging, which could be counter-productive and risks setting a dangerous precedent. It’s an emotionally charged subject, involving preventable disease, suffering and death, but we shouldn’t indulge political correctness at the expense of common sense. Continue Reading →
I’m no prude and have no desire to see online pornography outlawed but the ease with which kids can access it is a breeding ground for misogyny and a dereliction of our duty to to show our children the value of love and respect in an increasingly sexualised world. Continue Reading →