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Three has gained increased attention lately as its latest advertising campaign went viral. #SingItKitty, which features a girl and moustachioed cat lip-syncing to ‘We Built this City’ whilst cycling around a suburban cul-de-sac, has had over 5 million hits on YouTube since launching on 21st February. The advertisement encourages people ...
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Trust in climate scientists has recovered since controversies last year – while belief in climate change remains constant The impacts of climate change are likely to be “severe, pervasive and irreversible”, a new report by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns this week. Scientists say the document ...
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YouGov CEO, Stephan Shakespeare, considers the recent #nomakeupselfie social media campaign. The impromptu social media campaign for cancer awareness – where thousands of people shared makeup-free photos of themselves – has had a positive impact on the public’s perception of charity Cancer Research UK, according to new research from YouGov’s ...
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Most people support the new change in law allowing same-sex couples to marry – but on whether gay people are treated equally or worse than straight people they divide 43-33% Saturday is a momentous occasion for the gay rights movement, as same-sex marriages take place in England and Wales for ...
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