The Rampart PR Blog

We’ve been getting on our soapbox about a number of issues relating to negative PR.

See below for a selection of our comments and blogs, or follow us on LinkedIn for our most recent rants. Of course, if there’s something you feel we should be commenting on, get in touch and we’ll take a look.

Silence speaks volumes

Another day passes, another story of the apparently growing divide between Labour and its Jewish members emerges, but that is not what this piece is about. Upon reading most articles surrounding this, you may notice the conspicuous absence of a central figure: the...

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A Presidents Club Donald Trump would be proud of

It is difficult to imagine that none of this fallout will affect individuals there on the evening, such as David Walliams and Jonny Gould. Indeed, David Meller has already decided to throw in the towel and whether minister for children and families Nadhim Zahawi will...

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When it comes to crisis comms, every minute counts

Tesco has seen its fair share of negative press in recent years – from the accounting fiasco to the timeless horsemeat scandal – its fair to say that they’ve struggled to keep their powder dry since 2014. Last week, Tesco announced that they’d be scrapping the...

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Breaking Embargos: The PR’s Biggest Pet Peeve

Yesterday, Piers Morgan found himself in the firing line yet again, after tweeting the BBC’s highest paid talent list, ahead of the 11am embargo. In doing so, it derailed the BBC’s plans, and multiple media industry leaders took to Twitter to condemn Piers’ “naff,...

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A good interview should be child’s play

The clip of Professor Robert Kelly’s children bursting into the room during a BBC interview has been doing the rounds on social media over the past week. It’s now had hundreds of millions of views - and serves as a necessary reminder on how easily a big interview can...

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When banter backfires

The trend for companies taking a cheeky tone on social media is picking up the pace, with some absolute corkers from the likes of Tesco Mobile, Royal Mail and others in recent months. It’s refreshing to see corporates get involved in banter across social media - but...

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Daily Fail?

The mainstream media is in the middle of an existential crisis. Inundated with accusations of lies, false-truths and deceptive content, gone are the days when something read in a newspaper was accepted as fact. Following a bold yet widely applauded decision by...

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