Monthly Archives: May 2018

Won’t Get Fooled Again..

I never thought that I would ever mention Michael Gove and Roger Daltrey in the same sentence but, since both have been making the headlines in the last few days, here we go. Daltrey has been criticising Jeremy Corbyn while Gove has, somewhat bizarrely, been comparing himself to Ike Turner. The press picked up on […]

How Much?

Earlier this month I read a PRCA report which declared that the average annual salary in the PR industry is currently £45k. The same report goes on to say that the average annual income for a Freelance PR is £57k. I came across a similar CIPR survey last year which put the average PR salary […]

Local Matters

The local elections in England last week didn’t really produce any shocks. As is often the case with local elections, the turnout was disappointingly poor, as low as 17 per cent in some places. The fact that UKIP voters switched back to the Conservatives was no great surprise to anyone. The Labour Party however ought […]

Who wants to be ordinary?

Are you ordinary? It’s not a question I’d thought much about myself until I read last week about a YouGov survey carried out for The Times which suggested that the older you get the more ordinary you consider yourself to be. When I read the definition of what counted as an “ordinary person” I initially […]