Macedonia's name change referendum has become the latest frontline in a battle of influence, one that is plaguing an increasing number referendums and elections across the globe
Saudi Arabia massages its image with the aid of public relations ofensive
The senior UK diplomat is at the heart of a multimillion pound effort to rebrand Saudi Arabia
How big business used private spies to surveil protest groups
How big companies employed private security firms which used all sorts of methods to monitor the public
How to manipulate social media with fake grassroots activity
Is it "curtains" for PR firm Bell Pottinger after it "incited racial hatred" in South Africa?
A mysterious contract between a Turkish organisation and the son of Republican grandee James Baker deepens questions about the country’s attempts to influence US politics and public opinion.
An official says the Pentagon's “robust online program” operates using “truthful information directed toward regional audiences to combat ISIL’s (Islamic State’s) lies and deception.”
The PR firm's $500 million contract with the Pentagon included making fake insurgent videos which could be used to track the people who watched them.
House of Lords by UK Parliament Lord Blencathra today apologised to the House of Lords for signing a £12,000 per month contract in which he agreed to lobby his fellow peers, MPs and ministers on behal...
After Bureau reveals details of contract, House of Lords standards commissioner agrees peer was wrong to sign it.
Premier cites contract’s incompatibility with Lords conduct rules and negative publicity
Lord Blencathra – David Maclean – referred himself for second investigation
The Conservative peer had insisted none of his work for the tax haven involved lobbying
Grand Cayman by Kim Hill at Karsun Designs Photography Members of the House of Lords are set to be banned from lobbying ministers for money in a shake-up of Parliamentary rules following an expose by...
Bureau financial lobby investigation triggers disclosure.
Lord Blencathra is cleared of breaching conduct code after lobbying for Cayman Islands.
Government move comes three months after Bureau investigation.