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Jon Hawkins talks about his eight-year mission to transform the language of one of Britain's biggest businesses. And we learn about poetry from The Donald. Listen to it on...
Dear kids, We’ve heard all about the spelling and grammar test you have to do as part of your SATs. We think it sounds pretty tough. Not just the test itself, but all the...
Laura talks about her split from Spotify, and how unsubscribing upped what she thinks of them.
What an appropriate time for a grammar rant! Our Neil has his say on the UK Government's latest mark on how we teach grammar in schools.
Our Padders went to the other side of the world and all we got was this lousy blog.
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Our Sophie ponders whether it’s time to stop following our hearts, and look elsewhere for romantic inspiration.
Superheroes and shampoo. Werewolves and washing powder. Writing for telly might feel a million miles away from writing for businesses. But it doesn’t have to be. That’s what...
Our Sophie has some kind words for 38 degrees and their efforts to clear up linguistic confusion.
When we heard about #nameourstorms, we couldn't help weighing in with some advice and suggestions.
What’s the link between yoghurt and political allegiance? Our LC has the answer.
'If you’re a brand trying to maintain a trusting relationship with your customers through an end user agreement that’s the length of a novel and the complexity of Shakespeare, you’re mad. It’s like trying to have an intimate conversation with someone down
Our Nick has a bone to pick with Apple (for not being very Apple).
Our LC is championing a new fashion movement (with a little help from J-Lo).
Our Jean thinks it’s time to take a stand in the sign-off wars.
Our Theo has some hard-rocking advice for big business.
Our Hannah's top tips for bagging a pencil at the D&AD awards (where she was a judge the other night.)
Our Hannah was a fan of Swedish traffic, lifts and the good-old-fashioned notebook on the first day of the CIPD L&D Show.