The PR industry often denies it, but superficial indicators count
Corporate sustainability strategies must go further and faster in the coming decade
Labour: In the SNP’s pocket?
The Networked Age: The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same
Lib Dems could be the big winners from a Johnson premiership
Continuity represents both a challenge and an opportunity for our ambitious Health Secretary
Labour’s Boris Johnson Problem
Can the new cabinet meet the looming brexit deadline?
What constraints will the new Prime Minister face?
What does the Boris coronation mean for Government?
Will Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt be able to unravel Brexit’s ‘Gordian Knot’?
Boris Johnson as Prime Minister: Electoral Implications
Fintechs are missing a trick ignoring older generations. They’re the ones with the money.
How to spot Fake News
Why “the apology” can no longer be the default option of the corporate crisis
MHP Health win big at Communiqué
Against the tide of shareholder activism
Welcome to The Fake News Age – telling health fact vs fiction
Miles Watson and Tara Phaneuf
Best Laid Plan? Assessing NHS Leaders’ Views on the NHS Long Term Plan
Robert Ede and Jonothan Blackbourn
Men’s Health Week – is gender harming men’s health?
Laure-Anais Zultak and Hayley Blackburn
Diversity celebrated at 30 To Watch Awards
Rising to the scale of the challenge: time for new thinking on tackling mental health
MHP announces winners of 30 To Watch: Young Journalist Awards 2019
Capturing the patient voice through film
Rachel Bower to lead new Brand & Reputation practice
The Networked Age: Coming soon to a company near you
Labour: Trying not to talk about Brexit
mytaxi appoints MHP as Public Affairs advisor
MHP wins another leading fintech company
Have we reached The End of Excess?
Revolut appoints MHP for strategic brief
Brexit update: May fights on multiple fronts
Amy Fisher and Tom Hamilton
Jake Humphrey and the #ninefornorah campaign
MHP wins Large Agency of the Year at PRmoment Awards
Tony Gallagher and Tina Daheley to host 30 To Watch awards
Health fact vs harmful fiction – the role of communications in navigating the fake news era
Brexit update: Who’s lost control?
Back in business
The future of influencer marketing – do you know the new rules?
Emily Canessa Davies
MHP appoints new senior crisis specialist
International Women’s Day – How do we achieve gender balance in healthcare?
MHP strengthens Capital Markets team with hire of Tulchan’s Peter Hewer
Avon Rubber appoints MHP as financial PR adviser
3 Conservative MPs join The Independent Group
7 MPs quit Labour Party to form new independent group
Children’s mental health: In the limelight but challenges remain
MHP to sponsor Headlinemoney Awards
Has cancer had its time in the spotlight?
Top agency seeks bright grads
News to look forward to in 2019
Financial Services Reputation Index for Asia: Has the sector become complacent?
Brexit: What next for Labour?
May’s defeat puts pressure back on Brussels
Matthew Elliott, former CEO Vote Leave
Open Banking: living up to the hype?
Social impact platform tickr appoints MHP
The new battle on the doorstep – opening the digital doorway to the NHS
Predicting design trends of 2019
MHP announces panel event – Open Banking: living up to the hype?
London & Capital appoints MHP as PR adviser
Helping Promote the Public Good of Universities
MHP Health Team Win PRCA Party Conference Fringe Event of the Year Award
Universities UK Appoints MHP To Promote Universities
MHP Health Team Win Coveted PharmaTimes ‘NHS Communications Team of the Year’ Award
MHP appoints former senior Labour policy adviser
Is this pension equality? Not quite
Speedy Hire appoints MHP
New hires boost brand and financial services
Daily Mail’s hard Brexit u-turn under Georgie Greig
Tech support for mental health
Hancock’s high-tech approach to cancer care
Why health jargon is bad for you
Robert Ede and Michael Cousins
On Message: New Rules for The Networked Age
MHP partners with Affective Brain Lab to launch Networked Age research
What is The Networked Age?
How do you make people positive about HIV?
Brexit puts May at the crossroads
MHP wins consumer briefs for all Kimberly-Clark UK brands
MHP flying high for #RAF100
Women and investing – it’s time to move the needle
Cat Ommanney and Kelsey Traynor
How MHP helped #RAF100 become a Twitter trend
On Message: Changing the story about higher education
The Download: Matt Hancock
Pete Digger and Robert Ede
Capital Markets builds momentum with succession of IPOs
Kate Pogson wins Communique Award
Draper Esprit appoints MHP to manage financial PR
Ten trends from 2018 Digital News Report
Who will regulate the future of Artificial Intelligence?
New Daily Mail editor Geordie Greig has big shoes to fill
Can empty warehouses mean green shoots?
Law firm Knights appoints MHP for AIM IPO
The Download: Wired Health 2018
MHP HK appoints James Hill
Britain’s top young journalists named in 30 To Watch awards
Address your stress
MHP helps take Coca-Cola European Partners forward
On Message: What makes a great podcast?
Record numbers apply for 30 to Watch awards
Face off: The next big digital privacy scandal
GKN and Melrose – The Great British Takeover
Do politics and pensions mix?
Poll King Curtice describes Brexit impact on UK voting
Sir John Curtice, University of Strathclyde
Laithwaite’s Wine create a brand new colour
PLSA Investment Conference 2018: Who said what
Spring Statement 2018: The death of the political set piece?
On Message: Ten years after the crash – do we trust bankers?
How women are shaping future of healthcare
Madeleine Harris Smith
New capital markets head completes team changes
Reputation in Financial Services: Problem Solved?
NHS Trust boards must take control of new data laws – or face the fines
Man and machine
France’s vision for setting ethical health policy
Reputation of fintech staggeringly low with only 8% of consumers positive
On Message: Health, social care and the NHS at tipping point
MHP announces 30 to Watch: Young Journalist Awards 2018
Cancer: the big issues for 2018
Anna Reilly, Catrin Hughes and Michael Cousins
Neptune Investment Management appoints MHP
What a Strava palaver
Predicting design trends of 2018
A New Year and a new, healthier you…? Well, at least until February…
Open Banking: Game-changer or reputational minefield?
Who Won The News
What a Carrie on at the BBC
MHP strengthens leadership and expands health practice offer
The Day of the MiFIDS is here…what can we expect?
Old Masters and shoe laces: My route to PR
Super-cool comms, Instagram zeitgeist and Alexa news
On Message: ‘Awkward conversations’ Talking FemTech to investors, media and consumers
Gemma Irvine is new Head of Brand
Gender imbalance; a threat to humanity?
Fiscal Phil’s Budget tightrope act
MHP Budget poll reveals spending split
Welcome to our new website
Delivering Hope – a win to be proud of
Navigating the MiFID II maze
Safeguarding your School’s reputation – the dos and don’ts of communicating in a crisis
On Message: Party conference preview
IDS to speak at MHP Budget briefing
Common sense plan to tackle pension timebomb
Media training masterclasses
The starting pistol and the loaded gun: Next steps for STPs
Big data: Healthcare’s friend or foe?
Is the news breaking?
Dirty Digger or fit and proper?
Keith Gladdis and Adam Batstone
On Message: Vlogger, coder or editor – who will dominate UK media?
MHP appoints new heads of Corporate and Public Affairs
On Message: Election 2017, who’s winning the comms campaign?
Mike Robb is new Head of Financial Services
Nick Barron is new MHP deputy CEO
MHP toasts young media stars
Fry takes on MHP Crisis role
MHP opens in Singapore
Daily Mail Executive News Editor Keith Gladdis joins MHP Communications
#MissingType: Campaign of the year
Alex Bigg joins MHP as CEO
Who’s solving the social care crisis?
MHP Briefing – Next Steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View
Why live video streaming is challenging TV
Osborne’s new job is a PR coup
On Message: The case for strident PR
Gove scoop: Who pulled the strings?
PR in the 90s: A survivor’s story
Big Bang – 30 years on
Why the brainstorm is such a thing as a bad idea
Cry me a river: why it’s time to stop floating stuff down the Thames