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UK PR chiefs oppose Brexit and most fear it will damage sector, agencies line up for PS1m+ PepsiCo PR account, Budget a 'victory for small business lobby's comms machine'

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UK Daily | March 17th 2016
Nine things you need to know today
1. UK PR chiefs oppose Brexit and most fear it will damage sector, says PRWeek survey
2. Five agencies line up for £1m+ PepsiCo EMEA consumer PR pitch
3. Food and drink agencies warn of 'huge challenges' following sugar tax announcement
4. This Budget is a victory for the small business lobby's comms machine
5. The 'submarine Chancellor' rises for a killer strike but was his speech even about the Budget?
6. PR agency turns down journalist's request for £300 to write profile on client for Forbes
7. Watch: Heineken launches online Rugby Club to bring fans together
8. Reyes exits global comms role at Tesla
9. PMQs Twitter round-up: Employment, air pollution and Libya
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