Opinion

  • Blogs

    Record numbers apply for 30 to Watch awards

    Adam Batstone

  • Blogs

    Face off: The next big digital privacy scandal

    Tom Gillingham

  • Blogs

    GKN and Melrose – The Great British Takeover

    Jack Hickman

  • Blogs

    Do politics and pensions mix?

    Andy Fleming

  • Blogs

    Poll King Curtice describes Brexit impact on UK voting

    Sir John Curtice, University of Strathclyde

  • Blogs

    Laithwaite’s Wine create a brand new colour

    Tom Hills

  • Blogs

    PLSA Investment Conference 2018: Who said what

    James Morgan

  • Blogs

    Spring Statement 2018: The death of the political set piece?

    Robert Ede

  • Podcasts

    On Message: Ten years after the crash – do we trust bankers?

  • Blogs

    How women are shaping future of healthcare

    Madeleine Harris Smith

  • Events

    Reputation in Financial Services: Problem Solved?

    Mike Robb

  • Blogs

    NHS Trust boards must take control of new data laws – or face the fines

    Rachel Rowson

  • Blogs

    Man and machine

    Gary Neale

  • Blogs

    France’s vision for setting ethical health policy

    Laure-Anais Zultak

  • Podcasts

    On Message: Health, social care and the NHS at tipping point

  • Blogs

    Cancer: the big issues for 2018

    Anna Reilly, Catrin Hughes and Michael Cousins

  • Blogs

    What a Strava palaver

    Tom Gillingham

  • Thought Leadership

    Predicting design trends of 2018

    MHP Design

  • Blogs

    A New Year and a new, healthier you…? Well, at least until February…

    Kate Pogson

  • Blogs

    Open Banking: Game-changer or reputational minefield?

    Mike Robb

  • Thought Leadership

    Who Won The News

  • Blogs

    What a Carrie on at the BBC

    Adam Batstone

  • Blogs

    The Day of the MiFIDS is here…what can we expect?

    James Morgan

  • Blogs

    Old Masters and shoe laces: My route to PR

    Charles Hirst

  • Blogs

    Super-cool comms, Instagram zeitgeist and Alexa news

    Adam Batstone

  • Podcasts

    On Message: ‘Awkward conversations’ Talking FemTech to investors, media and consumers

    Madeleine Harris Smith

  • Blogs

    Top agency seeks bright grads

    Katie Spence

  • Blogs

    Gender imbalance; a threat to humanity?

    Madeleine Harris Smith

  • Blogs

    Fiscal Phil’s Budget tightrope act

    Lisa Hunter

  • Blogs

    MHP Budget poll reveals spending split

    Alastair Hill

  • Blogs

    Welcome to our new website

    Alex Bigg

  • Blogs

    Safeguarding your School’s reputation – the dos and don’ts of communicating in a crisis

    Barnaby Fry

  • Podcasts

    On Message: Party conference preview

    MHP

  • Blogs

    Common sense plan to tackle pension timebomb

    Andrew Fleming

  • Blogs

    Media training masterclasses

    MHP Media

  • Blogs

    The starting pistol and the loaded gun: Next steps for STPs

    Rachel Ross

  • Blogs

    Big data: Healthcare’s friend or foe?

    William Pett

  • Thought Leadership

    Is the news breaking?

    MHP

  • Blogs

    Dirty Digger or fit and proper?

    Keith Gladdis and Adam Batstone

  • Blogs

    Is the news breaking?

    Adam Batstone

  • Podcasts

    On Message: Vlogger, coder or editor – who will dominate UK media?

    MHP

  • Podcasts

    On Message: Election 2017, who’s winning the comms campaign?

    MHP

  • Blogs

    Who’s solving the social care crisis?

    Annette Jack

  • Thought Leadership

    MHP Briefing – Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View

    MHP

  • Blogs

    Why live video streaming is challenging TV

    Georgia Laudat

  • Blogs

    Osborne’s new job is a PR coup

    Adam Batstone

  • Blogs

    School’s out

    Gary Neale

  • Podcasts

    On Message: The case for strident PR

    MHP

  • Blogs

    Gove scoop: Who pulled the strings?

    Ian Kirby

  • Blogs

    PR in the 90s: A survivor’s story

    Mark Perkins

  • Blogs

    Big Bang – 30 years on

    Reg Hoare

  • Blogs

    Why the brainstorm is such a thing as a bad idea

    Mark Perkins

  • Blogs

    Cry me a river: why it’s time to stop floating stuff down the Thames

    Mark Perkins