Prime Minister’s Handling of Maria Miller Scandal Is Like a Sunday Night TV Drama
Just who do the public trust most at a time when the popularity of politicians is at an all-time low?
David Cameron has seriously damaged himself with his handling of the Maria Miller affair. Leaders have to make difficult decisions to protect the integrity of their organisation and this he didn’t do.
Government ministers may well cite the Prime Minister’s humanity and loyalty to his front bench Cabinet colleagues, but it was misplaced in a saga that unfolded like a Sunday night TV drama… predictable with an inevitable conclusion.
Read more of Phil’s thoughts on The Huffington Post
Baxter Freight join PHA Media for the long haul
Whilst the business was founded in late 2013, Ian has freight forwarding in his blood, having joined RH Group Ltd in 1995 following an early career in law. As MD, Ian helped build the company to become a £135m turnover business with almost 700 employees in 19 locations before RH was sold to Kuehne & Nagel in 2011.
Having taken some time away from the industry to travel and spend time with family, today Ian is spearheading a different kind of freight company that are flexible, relationship focused with incredible industry pedigree.
Based in Nottingham, Baxter Freight have already experienced incredible growth both in terms of staff numbers and client contracts. We look forward to working with Ian and his team by positioning him as an industry thought leader and as a pioneer for business growth in the UK, whilst sharing the success of the company as Baxter Freight continue to disrupt the freight forwarding market.
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Communications Around Missing Flight MH370 Have Failed in More Than Ways Than One
The million dollar question is being asked daily, by media, newscasters, politicians, aviation experts and millions of people around the world.
It is truly a global story, one of the most perplexing modern day mysteries we have seen.
Everyone has their own theory and these have moved along at a rapid pace since the 200-ton Boeing 777, along with 239 passengers and crew, simply vanished off the radar.
A terror attack. Pilot error. Mechanical malfunction. The jet was flown below 5,000ft after having its transponder switched off around the time the co-pilot signed off with the words: “Alright, goodnight.”
The latest theory centres on gas filling the cockpit, while a sighting of a low jet over the Maldives appears to have been discounted.
If the investigation appears to be in a mess, we can in part blame PR error.
Read more of Phil’s thoughts on the Huffington Post
Purplebricks appoint PHA Media to manage launch
PHA will handle the PR launch campaign in April, which will include b2b and b2c media outreach along with management of the brand’s social media channels.
Read more about the appointment in PR Week