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It Is Christmas So Lets Get Battered

The humble Brussel Sprout isn’t the highlight of my Christmas, mushy, soggy and with a sour taste, I’m not sure how they sneak onto my plate each year! But a chain of London fish and chip shops have outdone themselves this Christmas introducing a deep friend Brussel sprout on to the menu. An east London favourite, Suttons and Sons announced their deep fried mince pies and Brussel sprouts at the start of...

Save The Children dust off the ugly Christmas jumpers for festive campaign

2016 has been a year of much sadness and despair. From dead celebrities to groundbreaking decisions on either side of the Atlantic, we all need to collectively take a deep breath and tuck into copious amounts of cheese and wine. I’m sure we can all agree, Christmas spirit this year needs to be at an all-time high.  We’ve enjoyed the usual array of high budget Christmas adverts from supermarkets and retailers...

The agency that hired the student behind the spoof John Lewis Christmas Advert – a masterclass in reactive PR

Nick Jablonka, probably isn’t someone you’ve heard of before and thats no surprise, but you might have been fooled by his A-level media project. A spoof video titled, entitled John Lewis Christmas Advert’ 2016 – The Snowglobe, was such a raving success the internet began to believe that John Lewis, the much loved high street chain, had leaked its Christmas advert. Such is the hysteria around...

That’s the way the cookie crumbles

If you have been travelling through Old Street station recently you will have smelt the sweet success of Blondie’s Kitchen. The two-week pop-up selling handmade cookies has been swamped with nostalgia hungry crowds looking to take a bite out of east London’s latest craze. Long gone is the donut, and thanks for coming ‘cronut’ but this October has been all about the humble cookie. Taking inspiration from New...

I’m in the middle of a chain reaction

Last week saw the launch of Sainsbury’s bike deliveries in central London (well, re-launch actually), which allow customers to order up to 20 products for delivery. Provided they’re based in Wandsworth, where the trial is being held, their shop will arrive within 60 minutes. It looks like the free app, called chop chop, targets forgetful customers who have, for example done a big shop but forgotten the hummus...

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