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UK Daily | January 25th 2016
Seven things you need to know today
1. Google's £130m tax payment unlikely to improve reputation among UK public, say PRs
2. Top UK PR figures featured in Debrett's list of 500 most influential people in Britain
3. White Tiger PR wins Cheapflights account after decade with Rooster
4. Executives including international comms director leave Twitter
5. PR M&A in 2015: North America continues to lead market
6. Virgin Holidays opens South African treehouse on Southbank
7. MSLGroup takes over Arc PR in Sri Lanka
Five things you may have missed
1. Ex-Downing Street comms chief and News of the World editor Andy Coulson to co-found PR agency
2. Brompton bicycle company chooses The Earned Agency as UK PR agency
3. Is 'tennis racket' the start of data science-driven journalism?
4. Surname & Surname co-founder Kev O'Sullivan takes senior Bell Pottinger role
5. PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards deadline extended to Wednesday

Deputy Spokesperson to the Prime Minister , Cabinet Office
£ 62,000 to £ 117,800, London (Greater)
Communications Assistant , St Catherine's Hospice
£14,974.17 rising to £16,637.97 after probationary period, Preston, Lancashire
Account Director , Media Recruitment
£40 - 45k, London (Central)
Digital & Social Media PR Manager for leading TMT UK business , The Works Search Ltd
£48000 - 52000 + benefits, London
Communications Executive , Workfish
£28-31K, London (Central), London (Greater)
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