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UK Daily | February 1st 2016
Eleven things you need to know today
1. There's no sweetheart tax deal, Google comms chief Barron tells BBC
2. PRWeek Global Agency Business Report/UK Top 150 list - act now to be included
3. Samsung UK head of PR Rachel Lloyd departs following restructure
4. Music Moguls shows the true value of PR in pop culture
5. Watch: Pegasus unveils integrated campaign for Bayer Animal Health
6. Three reasons why it's time to ditch the demographics
7. Showcase: Stephen Fry welcomes you to Heathrow
8. Curzon PR founder named 'Businesswoman of the Year' at British Muslim Awards
9. Seeing red: Don't underestimate the power of a wordsmith
10. Whistle PR completes management buyout from Emerge Group
11. In Brief: Director returns to Havas, TVC appoints David Haye, PRCA and Fleishman's training partnership, Pagefield launches academy
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1. Freuds returns to US with Brew Media Relations acquisition
2. London agency 3 Monkeys acquired by Edelman's Zeno Group
3. Chime Communications hires ex-Diageo CEO Paul Walsh as chairman
4. Alton Towers appoints Mischief as consumer PR agency
5. Flack on Friday: The Standard, Freuds, BAFTA, PRCA, Instinctif

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