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UK Daily | January 21st 2016
Eleven things you need to know today
1. PRWeek UK Best Places to Work Awards 2016: finalists revealed
2. The Economist hires Lansons as UK PR agency
3. Ketchum signs 'exclusive affiliation' deal with Azerbaijan's Red Communications
4. BM public affairs chief Stephen Day promoted to top role
5. 24 hours in Davos
6. FleishmanHillard names JJ Carter as first global COO
7. UK general election spend by largest parties up in 2015, but less money allocated to ads
8. Irish trade body hails success of lobbying act
9. Ogilvy names John Seifert as Miles Young's successor
10. Brands display cheesy humour on #NationalCheeseLoversDay
11. The Body Shop appoints Another Word for PR brief
Five things you may have missed
1. Where does PR rank in the list of most stressful jobs of 2016?
2. Shell remains world's most hated brand
3. British Gas appoints Weber Shandwick for retained consumer and b2b brief
4. PepsiCo's UK corporate account moves to Headland after Freuds withdrawal
5. Showcase: Sir David Attenborough promotes clean energy at COP21

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)
Client Director - global agency, single massive client - £high six figures - London , Workfish
£high six figures plus substantial bonus and bens + flexible working, London (Central), London (Greater)
Associate Director / Group AD / Deputy MD - B2B Division of this highly ranked communications agency , Fibre Talent Ltd
£competitive package dependent on experience, Manchester, Greater Manchester
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