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Operation Black Vote: Homeland star David Harewood says black and Asian voters could boycott election
The Independent, 16 April 2016
British African and Asians are disengaged with politics and risk boycotting the polls next month because they do not feel properly represented in society, the Homeland star David Harewood has warned.

Kate Stanners: I have the slogan to bring Labour into power

The Independent on Sunday, 26 October 2014

Britain under the Conservatives will have the highest employment rate in the developed world and a job “for everyone who wants one” by 2020, David Cameron has said.

Will advertising swing the 2015 election?
Channel 4 News, 7 November 2014
Advertising has traditionally helped politicians to cement their ideas and given campaigns a clear direction. But what role will it play in the 2015 general election?

Slash: life is now more roses than guns

The Independent on Sunday, 30 September 2012

His appetite for self-destruction was so huge that he had a defibrillator implanted at the age of 35. After surviving the sex, drugs and gunplay years, Slash tells Kunal Dutta why he's glad to be rocking up in Britain again

Michaela Strachan: Born to present children's TV

The Independent on Sunday, 10 June 2012

Michaela Strachan and I have history. It started with heartfelt letters (she replied only with signed postcards); then desperate pleas to be her co-presenter (she declined, insisting it could leave her out of a job). And, finally, the meeting.

Ewan McGregor: Enter the consummate Hollywood performer

Channel 4 News, 15 February 2013

Ewan McGregor is nearly an hour late. But there is no apology when he arrives. Instead, I'm love-bombed with Hollywood charm. For he's come a long way since Trainspotting. And, it seems, he's not going back.

Money: No laughing matter

The Guardian, 2 March 2009

How do banks  adapt their advertising to the current mood? "The fallout of this financial crisis has left people less trusting of government, authority and institutions," says Toby Hoare, executive chairman of HSBC's ad agency, JWT Europe.

SelIing the Flag

The Economist, 5 November 2008

In a long career in advertising, Keith Reinhard's talent has been to find and promote the unknown virtues of products. Now, the chairman of DDB is taking on the ultimate challenge: selling to the world the hidden virtues of America.

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