David Martin

David Martin

IPE graduate student and journalist

Experienced writer and editor in broadcast and print journalism, with experience in media relations, business communications (B2B and B2C) and online marketing.

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5 football phrases you'll hear in Brazil this summer

It is often said that a country’s language is the mirror of its society. In Brazil, football is considered an art form, so it is no surprise that nuances and expression related to the beautiful game ring as though they were inspired by a work of poetry....

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5 football phrases you'll hear in Brazil this summer -

It is often said that a country’s language is the mirror of its society. In Brazil, football is considered an art form, so it is no surprise that nuances and expression related to the beautiful game ring as though they were inspired by a work of poetry.So if you are...

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Advisory Board Member David Clarke featured in the Independent

David Clarke, Today Translations' Advisory Board Member for security assurance is featured in today's Independent newspaper....

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Advisory Board Member David Clarke featured in the Independent -

David Clarke, Today Translations’ Advisory Board Member for security assurance is featured in today’s Independent newspaper. In the article, Clarke, one of Britain’s leading fraud experts, talks money laundering in London and lists some of the most popular methods villains use to clean their dirty money. David Clarke is the...

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Afghan interpreters can now continue to help Britain

At Today Translations, we are delighted to hear that approximately 600 local Afghan interpreters who risked their lives working alongside British troops during the war will finally be supported by the British government....

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Afghan interpreters can now continue to help Britain -

Approximately 600 Afghan interpreters, who risked their lives working alongside British troops during the war, will finally be allowed to...

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A guide to e-commerce in the BRIC countries

Worldwide, companies of all sizes are adopting globalisation strategies, reaching out to prospective consumers in far-flung regions....

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The Faster Times

As You Like It: Shakespeare, Steve Martin, 50 Years at the Delacorte - The Faster Times

The Central Park production of “As You Like It,” starring the luminous cross-dressing Lily Rabe, astonishing double dukes Andre Braugher, outrageous jester Oliver Platt, is not the singular thrill that the first Shakespeare in the Park production at the Delacorte Theater must have been exactly 50 years ago – “The...

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Australian Open 2011: "Rafa Slam" Dream Comes to a Crippling End and Zvonareva Keeps Composure In Midst of Moscow Tragedy (Day 10 Review) - The Faster Times

It’s Australia Day! And it was marked with Rafael Nadal’s exit from the Australian Open at the hands of David Ferrer, meaning that for at least another year, Aussi Rod Laver will still be last player to hold all four grand slam titles. Ferrer will meet Murray in the semis,...

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Australian Open 2011: Who the Hell is Alexandr Dolgopolov why Should Andy Murray be Quaking? (Day Eight Review) - The Faster Times

Australian Open day eight and Nadal looks the part as he looks to take the all-illustrious “Rafa Slam”. But Alexandr Dolgopolov has really whetted the fans’ appetite. The unseeded giant-killing Ukrainian, after upsetting Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in the previous round, did it again against Robin Soderling to step way out of his...