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More to self employment than NICs

Every Chancellor of the Exchequer knows that, whenever they present their Budget, the media will deliver a broadly negative headline. You simply cannot please half the people for some of the time, let alone all the people for none of it. However, any politician or party who makes a pledge not to increase taxes is shooting themselves in the foot. Why even say it in the first place? The reputation of politicians is at such a low ebb that making promises that are ... Read more

Why ‘No Comment’ is the worst thing to say

Journalists and PR professionals have rather a symbiotic relationship. They both need each other (even if they think they don’t). There is a significant responsibility on the part of both to ensure the delivery of accurate, informative and timely news. To do this properly, journalists require companies and individuals to be responsive. There’s an onus on the PR representative to make sure this happens. When it doesn’t, nobody benefits. In fact, it makes things worse. A bland, vacuous statement, or worse, ... Read more