Monthly Archives: November 2009

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Digital Economy Bill

Ged and myself have just finished contributing to Left Foot Forward, a political blog that aims to “provide evidence-based analysis on British politics, news and policy developments.” We have had.

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Queen’s Speech – Expert reaction

The Queen’s Speech, which took place last Wednesday, went as we predicted with proposals announced on fiscal responsibility, financial services, constitutional reform, education and energy amongst others. The Speech was.

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2010: just where is digital going?

I was challenged by some of my colleagues to think about digital and social media in 2010. At first all I could think of was the Roy Schneider film 2010:.

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Easyjet’s lesson to the reluctant social media client

Easyjet launching themselves on social media platforms? A disaster in the making, some would think. Imagine, a soap box for everyone who has had a delayed flight, poor customer service.

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Queen’s Speech LIVE – Bill by Bill

The Bills that were announced today were as follows: Personal Care at Home Bill: This will provide free personal care in their own homes for those with the highest need..

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Queen’s Speech LIVE – the details

The Government will offer free personal care in their own homes for those with the “highest needs”. This could benefit up to 350,000 people. Legislation will be brought in to.

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Queen’s Speech LIVE

As the Queen arrives at Westminster it is worth remembering that the Monarch is not permitted to enter the House of Commons and is only allowed into the Palace of.

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Queen’s Speech LIVE – ensuring the Queen’s safety

The Yeoman of the Guard (the queen’s bodyguard) have searched the cellars at the Palace of Westminster. A tradition that dates back to 1605 and the gunpowder plot to blow.

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Queen’s Speech LIVE

The 13th Queen’s Speech by a Labour Government (and possibly the last for a while) takes place in the House of Commons today. The Queen will set out the Government’s.

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And so the debate goes on….

Stories about TV advertising vs. online advertising always seem to catch my eye – as previous posts such as Its a generation thing and They call me mellow yellow will.

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