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75% of British consumers think that the coronavirus pandemic should be acknowledged by brands in their advertising campaigns, according to a recent report.

Unruly discovered that the broadcaster's campaign, which featured Gordon Ramsay and Davina McCall urging people to stay at home, attracted the most intense positive emotions.

Following a record year in 2019 when ad spend hit £25.36 billion in the UK, research from the Advertising Association (AA) and WARC shows it is set to drop significantly in 2020 due to the impact of coronavirus.

Demand for green jobs also rose as the UK saw a 32% increase in job postings on LinkedIn for sustainability roles last year before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold.

Video gaming has come out as the area consumers have boosted spending on the most drastically in lockdown, according to statistics released by Starling Bank.

People are convinced that access to local news now is more important than before the coronavirus crisis, according to research carried out on behalf of Axate.

Small Business Prices has analysed the best regions in the UK to start an independent business, with London ranking second behind South East.

The media platform developed the Teads Media Barometer to understand what kinds of editorial content consumers are reading on a daily basis.

Over the course of the past two weeks, British media consumption has continued to rise, with gains for the BBC, The Sun and Daily Mail, according to the latest Havas Media Group COVID-19 Media Behaviours Report.

The Data & Marketing Association (DMA) has revealed the results of its first Coronavirus Survey, revealing that the current economic situation is dire for most businesses - only a quarter of whom can continue for six months at their current level.

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