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UK Daily | July 3rd 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. Paddy Power has 'no regrets' over immigrant lorry advert
2. Infographic: Journalists rely on Twitter and PR sources
3. TVPlayer appoints Alfred PR to launch paid subscription service
4. Condoms, porkies and malfunctioning spell checkers: worst PR blunders
5. Virgo, Slater & Gordon and Hope&Glory win big at final PRCA DARE Awards 2015
6. Mischief hires Metro's Daniella Graham to new editorial role
7. The Set hotels group appoints Sauce Communications for UK PR brief
8. Dynamo PR drafted in for Floating Record Kickstarter campaign
9. Consilium hires Chris Gardner from Citigate
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As the capital transforms itself into a global city it is important that we create a credible narrative for local people.
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3. City has 'patchwork' approach to social media, says Bell Pottinger's Greg Wood
4. Brands show their light-hearted side with 'hottest day of the year' hashtag
5. Estate agency Hunters hires Smithfield for IPO as it targets rapid UK expansion

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