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UK Daily | May 19th 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. Thomas Cook comms strategy is 'too little, too late'
2. Visa's Doidge joins BlackBerry corp comms team
3. Andrex appoints Salt for UK comms brief
4. Sky Media hires MWW as first PR agency
5. Salix & Co forms partnership with The Brain Tumour Charity for awareness campaign
6. Spar hires Aduro Communications to promote wine range
7. Snack firm Graze hires Taste as first consumer PR agency
8. Russell Reynolds Associates brings in Man Bites Dog for UK PR brief
9. The Corner Shop opens Edinburgh office and launches management company
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What do we say now? The dilemma for the three losing parties What do we say now? The dilemma for the three losing parties
For the clear losers at the election - Labour, the Liberal Democrats and UKIP - new leadership and new policies won't be enough to turn the tide without new ways to communicate with the electorate.
Five things you may have missed
1. John Lewis hires Pagefield as first dedicated corporate comms agency
2. Bellenden hires Balfour Beatty's Laura Fox as director of corporate affairs
3. WGSN appoints Ogilvy PR as first retained agency for global brief
4. Deadline nears for PRWeek Awards entries
5. Instinct PR enhances client list with Ultimo win

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