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Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts

Social media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which issued a final warning to 122 UK-based Instagram influencers over repeatedly failing […]

Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

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Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the […]

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

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Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts

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Love Islanders to be named and shamed for not declaring paid-for posts

Social media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which issued a final warning to 122 UK-based Instagram influencers over repeatedly failing to tell followers when they were paid to promote products in posts, has resorted to using the social media platform to highlight their behaviour to users. The ASA has created personalised ads that name the social influencers – Marsh, Allen, twins Jess and Eve Gale, Belle Hassan

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the outside – has been home to the world’s oldest insurance market since it was completed in 1986. But like other companies, Lloyd’s is reassessing its office space in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seen many staff work from home. The Covid crisis has also accelerated

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the outside – has been home to the world’s oldest insurance market since it was completed in 1986. But like other companies, Lloyd’s is reassessing its office space in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seen many staff work from home. The Covid crisis has also accelerated

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the outside – has been home to the world’s oldest insurance market since it was completed in 1986. But like other companies, Lloyd’s is reassessing its office space in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seen many staff work from home. The Covid crisis has also accelerated

Lloyd’s of London could move out of iconic headquarters as WFH sounds death knell of office

Lloyd’s of London could leave its iconic City of London headquarters after four decades in one of the most consequential signs yet of how companies are reassessing their need for office space. The tower – designed by British architect Richard Rogers and known as the ‘inside-out’ building because its lifts and pipework are on the outside – has been home to the world’s oldest insurance market since it was completed in 1986. But like other companies, Lloyd’s is reassessing its office space in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has seen many staff work from home. The Covid crisis has also accelerated