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Cannes Lions reveals shortlists for Titanium, Glass and Innovation categories

Campaign Against Living Miserably, Apple, Korean National Police Agency and The Government of Tuvalu are among those shortlisted.

US govt plans mega $250m ‘defeat despair’ Covid-19 campaign

Campaign will have a "large paid traditional and digital media component" including TV, radio and out of home ads, document

Cannes Lions: adding a new sustainability category

Cannes Lions teams up with UN to create sustainability awards category

Cannes Lions has teamed up with the United Nations to launch an award category aimed at supporting and raising awareness

100 days of Spicer

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's first 100 days in the job have been riddled with crises--both serious and silly.

USPS bypasses Santa to deliver a hippo for Christmas

November 14, 2016

A 1953 holiday song enjoys a revival in a holiday ad for the postal service.

The Big Bad Wolf huffs, puffs and wheezes in FCB's poetic anti-smoking spot

October 31, 2016

Moody visual effects and poignant music may actually make you feel bad for the furry bad guy.

Evgency Lebedev: Independent owner opposes government regulation of the press

Sun and Telegraph among papers warning of a 'shackled' press

A series of ads warning that state-imposed regulation of the press would mark an end to the freedom of the

Ashcroft cashes in on PoliticsHome

News website has been bought by political information, publishing and events company Dods Group in a deal that could

Royal Mail slammed for 'disgusting' postal hikes

PPA 2011: Royal Mail slammed for 'disgraceful' postal hikes

The Royal Mail has been slammed by the UK's biggest magazine publisher IPC Media for its decision to up its

Bruised, battered and disillusioned? Mark Lund walks away from public life

Bruised, battered and disillusioned? Mark Lund walks away from public life

Beware government bodies bearing gifts, should be the new mantra of COI chief executive Mark Lund, as he begins the


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