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#MissingType goes global, Deliveroo faces PR test, Redgrave's social advice to athletes, Apple, Rio, Brazen, Agony Uncle

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UK Daily | August 16th 2016

Seven things you need to know today

1. Engine Group's #MissingType campaign relaunches and this time it's global
2. The easiest way to avoid social media perils is to log off, Redgrave tells Olympians
3. Will Deliveroo's minimum wage saga leave a bad taste for customers?
4. Can Apple absorb the poisonous PR generated by human interest dramas?
5. PR folk in Rio: #ThatsGold for Coke and M&C Saatchi Sports & Entertainment
6. Agony Uncle: Trevor Morris on poor pitches, Brexit bewilderment and the curse of Ab Fab
7. In brief: Hillsborough lawyers hire Brazen, KBC goes to Hollywood, Manifest wins KITE
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2. Twitter cries foul over BuzzFeed article on trolling
3. Was Charlton unwise, unlucky or both over fan 'gagging' letter that sparked outrage?
4. Postcard from Cuba: evolution within the Revolution?
5. Watch: Mr Adventure's holiday gets under way at Heathrow

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