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A Public Health England campaign to create a completely smoke-free NHS is marking the anniversary of its launch, with almost 90 per cent of mental health trusts having adopted the policy.
The London Ambulance Service’s head of media and campaigns is set to join NHS England’s comms team in January.
A 65 per cent uplift in reporting of unwanted sexual behaviour on public transport resulted from a TfL-led campaign to address the issue.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) is planning a technical revolution in its internal comms as it undergoes a two-year transformation programme across the organisation.
Leicestershire Police is leading a campaign to uncover sexual abuse of boys after it was encouraged to raise awareness of the crime by the mother of a teen murdered by an online predator.
The Treasury-owned company responsible for selling government assets including Royal Mail and Eurostar is forward-planning for a new two-year deal to handle its PR.
Counter-terrorism officers have launched the latest stage of the ‘Run, Hide, Tell’ campaign – a live action and graphic novel-style animation designed to be used by schools and youth leaders to teach young people what to do in the event of a terrorist attack.
Police forces across the country have launched a fortnight-long crusade urging people to hand over firearms and ammunition without prosecution for illegal possession amid rising levels of gun violence in the UK.
French holding company Publicis has welcomed the raft of changes announced to the Cannes Lions festival yesterday, while others have given it a more cautious welcome.