CAP – Brexit: CAP and BCAP Code rules

The CAP have released a post called: Brexit: CAP and BCAP Code rules. I have enclosed the text of the link below, but please have a look at the ASA/CAP site as there are lots of things of interest to anyone with an interest in Ethical Marketing. The European Union (Withdrawal Act) 2018 (the EUWA) makes provision for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. In summary, it: ends the supremacy of EU law in UK law at the time of exit (section 1), preserves UK law that has been made…

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ASA/CAP – Brexit – avoiding potential scams

The ASA/CAP have released a post called: Brexit – avoiding potential scams. I have enclosed the text of the link below, but please have a look at the ASA/CAP site as there are lots of things of interest to anyone with an interest in Ethical Marketing. We know there are many questions and uncertainties surrounding Brexit and what it will mean for consumers and business. As we wait to see what happens, we’re reminding consumers and businesses who have concerns about advertising related issues that nothing has changed. The advertising…

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The Odd Shop and the Dutch government put a face on Brexit

You can’t open a newspaper, turn on a radio or watch the news without hearing about Brexit. A deal will have to be reached at the end of March, but the probability that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union without a deal increases every day. Brexit will have consequences for almost everyone, but entrepreneurs in particular will be the first to be affected by it, and it’s high time they prepare for what’s coming. That’s why Amsterdam creative agency, The Odd Shop and the Dutch government launched a…

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British Youth Council say young people should have a say on Brexit

The British Youth Council are calling on the Government and prominent campaigners to address the concerns of young people in any new Brexit negotiations or plans. The youth-led charity feels the voices and wishes of young people, in particular, have not reflected in Brexit negotiations up to this point. Therefore, we believe the best way to give young people a clear say on their future is to join the growing campaign, calling on the Government to deliver a People’s Vote on the final Brexit Deal. A spokesperson for the British…

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PRCA comments on proposed salary threshold for foreign workers: “sending out entirely the wrong signal”

The PRCA has commented on the proposed £30,000 threshold on salaries for skilled foreign workers. Ministers are expected to consult for another year on where to set the post-Brexit salary threshold for skilled immigrants. Theresa May has proposed to set the threshold at £30,000. Francis Ingham MPRCA, Director General, PRCA, said: “The 2018 PRCA PR and Communications Census tells us that average salaries for Account Managers are £31,000. So a Government cap on foreign workers of £30,000 would basically rule out anybody from overseas working in our industry in the…

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