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Thomas Cook: Our expert panel assesses the company's handling of the tragedy Thomas Cook: Our expert panel assesses the company's handling of the tragedy
Thomas Cook bears all the hallmarks of a company about to implode under the weight of public disgust. This is due to its handling of the tragedy in which two children died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty boiler while on holiday in Corfu in October 2006. The deaths, together with the ensuing inquest verdict of unlawful killing last Wednesday, in which Thomas Cook was found to have "breached its duty of care", is a nightmare scenario for a company that has previously been synonymous with family-friendly holidays.
The claimants in the Mirror Group 'hacking trial' got what they deserved The claimants in the Mirror Group 'hacking trial' got what they deserved
When I was asked to take over the Mirror litigation, I was trying to get out of phone hacking. I had just steered 55 claims against the News of the World to a successful conclusion. It had been a gruelling few years, which I had gone straight into after two heavy libel claims. I was looking forward to moving on.
How do you keep a tragedy like the Syrian conflict in the news? How do you keep a tragedy like the Syrian conflict in the news?
Little surprises me about this month's Twitter trends. Top of the list is Britain's Got Talent, shortly followed by the new Mad Max film.
How Walgreens and M&M's are pitching in to bring Red Nose Day stateside How Walgreens and M&M's are pitching in to bring Red Nose Day stateside
Building a national charitable event from scratch isn't easy. Yet that's what UK-based organization Comic Relief has in mind with Red Nose Day, which is supported by NBC, Walgreens, and M&M's.
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What do we say now? The dilemma for the three losing parties What do we say now? The dilemma for the three losing parties
For the clear losers at the election - Labour, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP - new leadership and new policies won't be enough to turn the tide without new ways to communicate with the electorate.
David Cameron is sitting pretty, for now David Cameron is sitting pretty, for now
The new perceived wisdom of the commentariat is to see the parallels between the situation faced by John Major in 1992 and the Prime Minister now as guides to the likely path that this Government will follow. In fact, the situation is entirely different.
A handshake is a good start but it's no substitute for truth and reconciliation A handshake is a good start but it's no substitute for truth and reconciliation
This week in Galway, 17 years after the Good Friday Agreement was signed, the heir to the British throne met with the leader of the provisional republican movement that murdered his great uncle and mentor 35 years ago.
Dramatise your data to win in business Dramatise your data to win in business
I teach story seminars to creative fiction writers, screenwriters and directors. But over time, I saw many business executives sitting at my seminars.

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