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UK Weekly | May 17th 2015
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Chief executives from the largest global PR firms reflect on the year that was and look ahead to the future.
Prince Charles, Labour, Scientology, Paris Hilton: When PRs strike back Prince Charles, Labour, Scientology, Paris Hilton: When PRs strike back
Being a press officer for a high-profile individual or organisation can be a challenging and thankless task at the best of times, let alone when the media are eager to pounce on a juicy story.
The real price of brand value The real price of brand value
PR professionals have long understood the significance of brand value and reputation.
Flop of the month: Protein World's 'Beach Body' ads hit the wrong note Flop of the month: Protein World's 'Beach Body' ads hit the wrong note
Sports and nutrition retailer Protein World massively misjudged the message sent out via its 'Beach Body' campaign.
Five things we learned at PR360 Five things we learned at PR360
The tide of technological development in digital and social media has swept marketing comms straight into the maw of the PR industry, according to speakers at PRWeek's PR Summit at PR360 in London last month.
Views from our contributors
From the editor-in-chief: Good times will roll only with the best talent in place From the editor-in-chief: Good times will roll only with the best talent in place
Having worked in and around the public relations business for close to 25 years now, I can sense - from the reports that follow - that the ­consultancy sector is going through a positive phase.
Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge Cameron's comms challenge now rests on a knife edge
It is the first full week of the new Government and after a weekend's rest, following a shock ending, we're now into Cameron - Part II. But will it be more of the same or will the franchise be taken off in a new direction?
How I called the result of the general election and my prediction for Mayor of London How I called the result of the general election and my prediction for Mayor of London
Since October I had consistently predicted on TV, national press, radio and social media that the Conservatives would win a majority on 7 May. Here's why:
'Right to be forgotten', one year on: It's a minefield for the private individual 'Right to be forgotten', one year on: It's a minefield for the private individual
It is now a year since the European Court of Justice ruled that Google must remove links to "inaccurate, inadequate, irrelevant or excessive" content about a private individual.
Farage has become like any other politician and Carswell could soon be an independent Farage has become like any other politician and Carswell could soon be an independent
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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