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Strike? What strike…

Let's kick some striker arse Bolly...

Let me make one thing clear. I’m not anti-strike. I am however a big believer in employers & employees working together to achieve resolution to any conflict. Swiftly.

And if they can’t (a la TFL and the infamous London Underground strike that has had a somewhat detrimental effect on the capital today), I fully endorse sending in Gene Hunt to sort the problem out.

If we could, I’d wager an agreement would be reached within 30 minutes, way before he reached for the leather gloves / toiler-head-flush manoeuvre.

Iain G. Morrison is a senior marketer in the British Tourism Industry. And is working from home thanks to our good striking friends…

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Amnesty International…

Amnesty International

Amnesty International

Saw a rather abruptive poster on the London Underground  this morning on the way to work (better image to follow when I can get a hold of one).

It was for Amnesty International, who have a great track record of producing emotive, hard-hitting work (which no doubt ensures much needed donations allow them to carry on their good work).

Be aware, the campaign site is quite raw (not one for the faint hearted), but then, that’s exactly why Amnesty International do what they do. How else can the unheard find a voice?

Evocative, and simply in its delivery, amnesty rarely get it wrong…

Iain Morrison is a senior marketer in the British Tourism Industry. And an avid supporter of amnesty internationals great work…

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