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UK Daily | December 2nd 2015
10 things you need to know today
1. Zuckerberg's $45bn charity donation gets 'liked' on Facebook
2. John Lewis comms head says brand can 'tell its story' through BBC doc
3. One Direction's PR firm HJPR to follow client's lead and split up
4. Thoughts on ISIS, Charlie Sheen and John Lewis: PRWeek's Quotes of the Month
5. Meltwater's Henry Jones to become new MD of NLA
6. What Labour's Livingstone calamity teaches us about media management
7. The&Partnership launches 'social talent agency' The&Collective to partner brands with 'influencers'
8. PR: It's a sailor's life for me
9. Polar bears on the Tube, chocolate bathtubs and floating houses: PR stunts, cunning or otherwise, are on the rise
10. Leave.EU campaign appoints former MSP Brian Monteith as head of press
Five things you may have missed
1. Corbyn's comms man Kevin Slocombe takes permanent role, new spokesperson to be hired
2. Social media to take lead role in NHS 111 PR campaign with Dom Joly
3. John Lewis comms head says brand can 'tell its story' through BBC doc
4. Survey says industry prefers PRCA approach to NLA rather than CIPR stance
5. Instinctif global corporate affairs chief Tim Fallon departs

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