Researchers at public universities are developing new ways of shutting down our capacity for independent thought.
Materialism promises satisfaction. It delivers despair.
Advertising and consumerism dull our capacity for empathy.
The case for banning advertisements aimed at children is overwhelming.
Pathological consumption has become so normalised that we scarcely notice it.
Advertising trashes our happiness and trashes the planet. And my income depends on it.
Is it time to consider a ban on the adverts which help to cook the planet?
Even in the rich nations, the babymilk manufacturers are undermining breastfeeding
Young people are being torn apart by the gulf between expectation and reality. Is it any wonder that rates of mental illness are rising?
If governments really want to improve law and order, they should ban adverts for junk food
The democratic potential of the new media is being blocked by the companies providing the technology.
Companies are creating false citizens to try to change the way we think
Market values are in direct conflict with the ethics of public service
The more we spend, the happier we become. Probably.
How Britain’s advertising rules forbid us to hear the bad news about business
You can stuff your voluntary access agreements: we want the right to roam
Father Christmas has become an enemy of the people, as advertisers exploit parents for all they’re worth
The Timber Trade Federation is trying to turn back the clock on forest protection
We’re in danger of succumbing to the cynical politics of advertising