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10 things you need to know today
1. PRWeek UK unveils 30 Under 30
2. Twitter comms director Rachel Horwitz joins Facebook
3. Monica Lewinsky to deliver speech on cyber-bullying at 2015 Cannes Lions Festival
4. Negative online information can taint your career prospects
5. Edelman UK hires former Mother COO Matt Groves as digital MD
6. Portsmouth International Port retains Purple following six-way pitch
7. The National Autistic Society picks Hopscotch Consulting for educational brief
8. Grayling joins PR Internships for All campaign
9. Lawn Tennis Association appoints Shiny Red for social media brief
10. Bowmore appoints LDR Creative for EMEA campaign
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4. Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge
5. PR agency bosses 'overlooking organic growth'

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