Danny Rogers

Danny Rogers is editor of Campaign Magazine

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General Election 2015: It's not too late to liven up this dull campaign

There’s still time for a major play that could make the difference, and inspire us to care

It will likely be Hillary Clinton’s last drive for power, as she is now 67 (AP)

Hillary Clinton's battle for the US presidency will make the Labour-Tory election spat look tepid

If Clinton wins the nomination as expected, she is likely to encounter much tougher opposition from another US politican clan, with Jeb Bush the likely Republican offering

Zoe Sugg, aka Zoella, with her boyfriend, fellow vlogger Alfie Deyes

What the advertising world can learn from Zoella's gang

The fundamental digital disruption to the ad world has barely begun

Ed Miliband was filmed sipping a cuppa with wife Justine in what turned out to be their 'second kitchen'

'PR disaster' Miliband needs to reassess his whole communications approach

Today’s media are even less forgiving than they were 36 years ago - so Miliband will need to pick his battles

V&A museum in London

Celebrating the cultural impact of PR at the V&A

Ironically, PR often gets a bad rep. Although PR professionals see themselves as “reputation managers”, the truth is that some of their own have let the side down badly over the years.

Saatchi name is rarely out of the news

The name Saatchi is arguably the most famous in British advertising. Saatchi & Saatchi was formed in 1970 by brothers Charles and Maurice, who set out to redefine the ad world, and their unusual surname has rarely been out of the headlines since. But last week was a tumultuous one even by their standards.

Freud's back in a flurry of activity

What is the marketing world’s most maverick character up to?

IPG: Are fresh faces turning things around for advertising's least exciting company?

Traditionally faceless marketing group is looking rather interesting

Global advertising doesn't work. It glides past people

On Friday I moderated a road-blocked seminar with the global ad industry's two biggest rock stars, Sir John Hegarty and David Droga. Hegarty (nearly 70 now) still chairs the agency he founded, BBH and the Australian, Droga (45) runs the Droga5 network from New York.

Will British Airways go for the classic or the upstart?

The airliner is considering which of two very different ad agencies it will employ

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General Election 2015: ‘We will not sit down with Nicola Sturgeon’, says Ed Balls

'We will not sit down with Nicola Sturgeon'

In an exclusive interview, Ed Balls says he won't negotiate his first Budget with SNP MPs - even if Labour need their votes to secure its passage
VE Day 70th anniversary: How ordinary Britons celebrated the end of war in Europe

How ordinary Britons celebrated VE Day

Our perception of VE Day usually involves crowds of giddy Britons casting off the shackles of war with gay abandon. The truth was more nuanced
They came in with William Caxton's printing press, but typefaces still matter in the digital age

Typefaces still matter in the digital age

A new typeface once took years to create, now thousands are available at the click of a drop-down menu. So why do most of us still rely on the old classics, asks Meg Carter?
Discovery of 'missing link' between the two main life-forms on Earth could explain evolution of animals, say scientists

'Missing link' between Earth's two life-forms found

New microbial species tells us something about our dark past, say scientists
The Pan Am Experience is a 'flight' back to the 1970s that never takes off - at least, not literally

Pan Am Experience: A 'flight' back to the 70s

Tim Walker checks in and checks out a four-hour journey with a difference
Humans aren't alone in indulging in politics - it's everywhere in the animal world

Humans aren't alone in indulging in politics

Voting, mutual back-scratching, coups and charismatic leaders - it's everywhere in the animal world
Crisp sales are in decline - but this tasty trivia might tempt back the turncoats

Crisp sales are in decline

As a nation we're filling up on popcorn and pitta chips and forsaking their potato-based predecessors
Ronald McDonald the muse? Why Banksy, Ron English and Keith Coventry are lovin' Maccy D's

Ronald McDonald the muse

A new wave of artists is taking inspiration from the fast food chain
13 best picnic blankets

13 best picnic blankets

Dine al fresco without the grass stains and damp bottoms with something from our pick of picnic rugs
Barcelona 3 Bayern Munich 0 player ratings: Lionel Messi scores twice - but does he score highest in our ratings?

Barcelona vs Bayern Munich player ratings

Lionel Messi scores twice - but does he score highest in our ratings?
Martin Guptill: Explosive New Zealand batsman who sets the range for Kiwis' big guns

Explosive batsman who sets the range for Kiwis' big guns

Martin Guptill has smashed early runs for Derbyshire and tells Richard Edwards to expect more from the 'freakish' Brendon McCullum and his buoyant team during their tour of England
General Election 2015: Ed Miliband's unlikely journey from hapless geek to heart-throb

Miliband's unlikely journey from hapless geek to heart-throb

He was meant to be Labour's biggest handicap - but has become almost an asset
General Election 2015: A guide to the smaller parties, from the the National Health Action Party to the Church of the Militant Elvis Party

On the margins

From Militant Elvis to Women's Equality: a guide to the underdogs standing in the election
Amr Darrag: Ex-Muslim Brotherhood minister in exile still believes Egypt's military regime can be replaced with 'moderate' Islamic rule

'This is the battle of young Egypt for the future of our country'

Ex-Muslim Brotherhood minister Amr Darrag still believes the opposition can rid Egypt of its military regime and replace it with 'moderate' Islamic rule, he tells Robert Fisk
Why patients must rely less on doctors: Improving our own health is the 'blockbuster drug of the century'

Why patients must rely less on doctors

Improving our own health is the 'blockbuster drug of the century'