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UK Daily | February 11th 2016
Twelve things you need to know today
1. Jaguar Land Rover hires global PR head from The Brooklyn Brothers
2. Is editorial independence threatened when advertising spend is invoked?
3. Publicis Q4 'better than expected' with full-year organic revenue up 1.5 per cent
4. Trading Places: A Brit in NY and an American in London talk PR, comms and culture shock
5. US PR pros more 'polished and professionalised' than UK counterparts, says Golin's Matt Neale
6. From the editor-in-chief: international expansion is good, but skills gap in PR agencies more worrying
7. WE's EMEA head Chris Talago to depart in May
8. New press regulator powers and 'tightrope walk' welcomed by PRCA
9. Twitter reorganises timeline promising brands: 'The best content shines through'
10. Facebook distances itself from board member's India colonialism comments
11. International Expansion: Fourth Day goes old school with Casablanca expansion
12. International Expansion: John Doe takes on the city that never sleeps
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2. Hewlett Packard Enterprise releases letter sent to FT journalist to dispute 'ad threat' claim
3. The communications goals and strategies of Black Lives Matter
4. Department of Health and BMA set out positions as second doctors' strike begins
5. Omnicom PR revenue tumbles in Q4

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