Monthly Archives: June 2016

Fishermen Led Up The River By Farage

Please note that data in yesterdays blog on Brexit Age and Values has been updated A message hoisted on the ‘Fishing Shed’ in Wells Next the Sea before the EU Referendum A week or two ago, chief Brexiteer Nigel Farage … Continue reading

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Brexit, Values and Age

Much has been made of the fact that older British people proved much more likely to vote to leave the EU last Thursday, than did young ones. This blog tries to provide some insight into the relationship between age and … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With The Brexit Campaigns ?

Readers outside the little islands of the UK may be only dimly aware that the British have been enduring months of wall to wall media coverage of two very uninspiring and increasingly fractious campaigns, to ‘leave’ or ‘remain’ in the … Continue reading

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Seven Values Strategies

This blog is a follow-up to 48 Campaign Strategies and Management Parameters for Campaign Direction. There is no hard and fast distinction between ‘values strategies’ and other campaign or communication strategies.  Just understanding values, how they apply at a personal … Continue reading

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TTIP and Concorde

Concorde photo: Copyright © copyright-free-photos.org.uk What do Concorde and TTIP have in common ?  Older readers may find this easy. They were both designed as Trans-Atlantic They both seemed a good idea to governments at the time Critics pointed out … Continue reading

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