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Strategy – like a punch in the teeth

Ross Wigham ponders the role of strategy in communications work, and the importance of being flexible in approach. Strategy – like a punch in the teeth by  Ross Wigham.

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My Lasting Memory of the #Olympic Opening Ceremony

Paul Coxon asks difficult questions about one small but very emotional element of the Olympic Opening Ceremony: the appearance of Muhammad Ali. There may be no answers, but he is probably not the only one to have thought the questions.

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Boris, boxing, blogging – and piglets with curly wurly tails

Bloggers contributed a baker’s dozen of posts in Week 19 of Weekly Blog Club, with topics ranging from the result of the Mayor of London election to piglets and many topics in between. This week’s ‘sports supplement’ comes from Ross

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Morally Bankrupt: Frank Warren Defends Haye-Chisora Bout

Hannah Chia is back in Week 19 with a post about a controversial boxing match about which she thinks the promoter doth protest too much. Morally Bankrupt: Frank Warren Defends Haye-Chisora Bout by  Hannah Chia.

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The bad, the good – and the ugly

Week 14 was a busy Weekly Blog Club week with 16 contributions, which should give plenty of reading for the Easter weekend [do skip down to the list of posts at this point if you wish]. I was unsure whether

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Why Danny Williams Has Got It Wrong About Dereck Chisora

Hannah Chia starts off Week 14 of Weekly Blog Club with the latest controversy in boxing, and pulls no punches* about what behaviour is wrong. Why Danny Williams Has Got It Wrong About Dereck Chisora by  Hannah Chia. * apologies for the

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