The format that humour takes is very important; it is generally delivered in short sharp bursts so advertising is the ideal platform, more so with today’s shorter attention spans. Where advertising is interruptive, humour is a way of providing some sort of payback in exchange for your attention The Psychology of Humour in Advertising
Canberra's Parliament House has emerged as Australia's most dangerous place to be a public servant. Official figures reveal that riding a desk on Capital Hill with the Department of Parliamentary Services is riskier than battling crims with the Australian Federal Police or taking to the high seas with the Customs service Australia's most dangerous public service workplace
The Irish Independent has gathered response from several Irish young people who love to talk about being Irish. The Irish on YouTube are flagging themselves with #WhatItMeansToBeIrish, both there and on Twitter.
A lawyer shows up at a ‘right-to-work’ hearing. And … cue the laughter. Upworthy
The House of Commons Committee of Public Accounts fiftieth report covers tax avoidance and the HMRC's approach to prosecutions Report of the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee on tax avoidance and improving tax collection
Learning to See Data New York Times
Of course the number of staff at HMRC matters when it comes to collecting
Top UK industrialist channelled millions through obscure company