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John Noble explores the impact of brands and considers how engagement, innovation and expertise enable the best branded products to stay as category leaders, driving choice and consumer satisfaction and preference.
Sheila Kelly reflects on PAGB's role in advertising regulations throughout time and its emphasis on ensuring regulations in the European Economic Comission did not negatively impact our industry.
All children should be educated about how to self care and manage self-treatable conditions, as well as the different roles of healthcare professionals so they grow up knowing how to use NHS services appropriately.
Stephen Woodford looks at the shared origins of both bodies and how one of their founding principles – trust – remains as vital today as it has always been.
PAGB's Nikki Kennedy reflects on the high standards PAGB have adopted in the self-regulation of members’ advertising, and how these standards have been maintained within the expanding landscape of self-regulation.
MHRA's Claire Tilstone, Colette McCreedy, Julia Coombes and Ian Hudson, reflect on the role of regulation for over the counter medicines and how this has developed and evolved over the years, with new changes in the way advertising is delivered/ to meet each new challenge.
PAGB responds to Which? article on salt levels in soluble OTC medicines
PAGB responds to Radio 4 programme on salicylate containing topical warming sprays and gels
Guy Parker reflects on the thinking behind the ASA’s new five year strategy and how we ensure we continue to be fit for purpose in delivering protections for consumers and business.