Have CCHQ not burnt them all?Unless the market doesn't follow The One And Only True Path, in which case basic business rationale miraculously becomes 'wokeism' or 'Marxism'.
A dictionary might be of some use in reducing the confusion, particularly a chew-resistant one.
Whom are the Customer Relations Advisers there to Advise (on Customer Relations)? Or which Customer's Relations are they advising? Oh, I remember now, meaningless job to cover & delay while proper PR people hide away from cock-ups.
Watched it last night. An advert for the snowbird lifestyle is was not. Good acting as per from McDernmond but otherwise fairly dull. I reckon it only got awards due to the dearth of of competition.It was indeed.
I like this bit from the section on the Oscars:
Admittedly we are in a pandemic, but the Best Picture, a gritty independent movie about poverty called Nomadland has made just $18 million at the box office, a fraction of the $258 million that last year's winner, Parasite, managed, and that was a darkly comic thriller filmed in Seoul — and entirely in Korean.
I enjoy Korean cinema and, having seen several good fims by the director of Parasite, I bought the DVD. A cracking film.
I doubt that I will ever watch Nomandland.
Upon reflection this requires a more thorough reply than the one I originally gave.Just got this reply back from LV after I contacted them:
Policy No: XXXXXXXXXXXX
Dear Mr Dark Brig,
Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts. We appreciate there are strong views on this topic.
We'd like to clarify the situation that has occurred since our car and home insurance adverts appeared on GB News.
Our adverts appeared on the channel without our knowledge or consent after being placed there by a supplier. It has always been our policy to fully evaluate all the channels we advertise on and we felt it was right to pause our advertising to give ourselves time to do that.
We had no intention of causing offence to anyone in doing this and we’d like to make it clear that we’re not boycotting GB News. With it being a new channel, we simply want to take the time to make an informed decision on our advertising approach.
We’re sorry for any distress this may have caused you.
You have the right to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, free of charge – but you must do so within six months of the date of this letter.
If you do not refer your complaint in time, the Ombudsman will not have our permission to consider your complaint and so will only be able to do so in very limited circumstances. For example, if the Ombudsman believes that the delay was as a result of exceptional circumstances.
Customer Relations Adviser
Customer Relations Unit
Nice to get a "personal" reply - will still not be renewing though.
He appears to have a touch of imposter syndrome!I'm fine with the catch up and best of airings as it gives more opportunity for the material to be viewed by those who could not watch it the first time. This is different from the rolling news channels where the same material is repeated on an hourly basis.
Neil Oliver's show has just started. "Hello. It's me" Classic
He hasn't to my knowledge hosted a live, unrecorded TV show before. He has done many recorded shows and live talks at various venues in the past. As he says the earpiece, autocues etc are all new to him.His monologue in first 4 minutes was very heavy on the (paraphrase) "I can't believe Im here doing this, bear with me whilst I learn the ropes etc".
Good luck to him though. Im sure he'll develop.
And that boys and girls, is a bite.When I whine about being blocked on twitter I certainly will be - loads of your peers and their lefty Corbynista analogues are that weak for sure. It's what weak people do, like using the ignore function on here.