By Leigh Turner
Financial Times, May 9, 2003
I’m picking up the kids from school here in Berlin when a teacher accosts me. “Started being a house-husband yet?” he says. 918 more words
Over the last couple of years British government departments have been subject to Communication Capability Reviews conducted by the Government Communication Network. These involve a group composed of other government communicators plus outsiders wandering around the Ministry interviewing people and looking at your paperwork – if you’ve worked in the UK public sector or related organizations you will have doubtless experienced something similar. 870 more words
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You’ve been planning a round-the-world trip after Uni for as long as you can remember; you’re finally going to have that gap year and be that person whose prerequisite before changing their profile picture is that is has to be on a beach, up a mountain or on some sort of exotic animal.
The Scottish independence referendum is getting a fair amount of attention in England but a lot more in Scotland – people outside Scotland often don’t realize that the Scottish media sphere is quite autonomous from the London centric version that we get in England. 292 more words