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UK Daily | May 14th 2015
Seven things you need to know today
1. Pyrrhic victory for FOI campaigners as Prince Charles 'black spider memos' published for first time
2. Twitter hires BBC head of comms Sam Hodges as UK comms manager
3. TV debates and interviews were biggest factors influencing voting intentions, survey finds
4. Viral image used to raise awareness of Nepal earthquake could damage trust in charities
5. Chime expects full-year results to be below expectations
6. Ocean Beach Ibiza appoints Fever as retained UK PR agency
7. Comedy Central UK nabs Buzzfeed UK's creative director
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The stats show that when you ask the general public what the most important issue in British politics is, most will reply "trust". Day in, day out, politicians are painted as liars, never able to answer a question directly.
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