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A majority of Britons (55%) believe that parents should be able to take children on holiday for a week if it means a “significant financial saving” for the family, according to a new ComRes poll commissioned by political communications and education policy specialists the Whitehouse Consultancy. Support for term time holidays is particularly high among… » read more

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The UK Government should be proactive in seeking reform of football if the national team is to have any real prospect of future success, argues Whitehouse Consultancy Chairman, Chris Whitehouse. The United Kingdom’s Minister for Sport, Helen Grant, has come in for strong criticism on a leading UK political blog site for her “silence” on… » read more

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23 July 2014. The European Specialist Sports Nutrition Alliance (ESSNA) has announced that leading sports nutrition companies Scitec Nutrition and Protein World have joined its membership. Hungarian sports nutrition and food supplement manufacturers Scitec Nutrition, and Protein World, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of protein-based sports supplements, become the latest companies to commit themselves… » read more

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Despite its failings, the UK state broadcaster, the British Broadcasting Corporation, is worth saving, argues Whitehouse Consultancy Chairman, Chris Whitehouse, as he warns that the future of its funding arrangements are in jeopardy. Read Chris’s full article here. The Whitehouse Consultancy is one of Europe’s leading public affairs and communications agencies.

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A few steins of German beer and bottles of Argentinian red should offer the prospects of a great lads’ night in for our two Popes, Benedict (Germany) and Francis (Argentina), on Sunday evening! Whose prayers will carry most weight? We are about to find out! The Whitehouse Consultancy is one of Europe’s leading public affairs… » read more

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Whitehouse Consultancy Chairman, Chris Whitehouse, discusses the the implications for the United Kingdom’s media industry of the conviction for phone hacking of Andy Coulson, former media advisor to British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in his latest article for The Universe magazine. He argues strongly in defence of a free press, but criticises state broadcaster the… » read more

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Whitehouse Consultancy Chairman, Chris Whitehouse, uses his column in Natural Products News to predict a big fight ahead to defend consumer access to safe and popular higher potency food supplements. By the time this article is published an entirely new European Parliament will have met for the very first time. These are the men and… » read more

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In a week when David Cameron is being admired in the United Kingdom for standing firm in Europe in a heroic if always doomed bid to prevent the inevitable appointment Jean-Claude Juncker as President of the European Commission, it may seem churlish to raise some potentially profound implications of these developments for the very survival… » read more

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Can the Italian Leader translate popularity at home into real impact in Europe, asks Whitehouse colleague, Alessandro Fusco. Italy took over the six-month rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1st July, following on from Greece. In keeping with the clichés about the inefficiency of Italian public administration, the presidency started with… » read more

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