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Eight things you need to know today
1. 2 Sisters Food Group hires Newgate for wide-ranging comms and public affairs brief
2. Freuds hires ex-Isobar Seb Royce as chief creative officer
3. NME to become free weekly magazine as part of brand transformation
4. Agent Provocateur co-founder becomes majority stakeholder of 6 Hillgrove Public Relations
5. IPSO upholds Nicola Sturgeon complaint over 'misleading' Daily Telegraph story
6. The Conran Shop hires The Communications Store on a retained basis
7. Armed forces charity SSAFA appoints PHA Media for UK awareness campaign
8. Quadrant's Bill Jenkins and Warren Carr form new agency Spencer David
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Crisis management is tough enough without agencies having to deal with the unhelpful commentary of their own industry colleagues.
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The agency faces a formidable challenge fighting the wildfire of speculation surrounding the Olympic athlete since a Panorama investigation was aired.
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4. PRCA and CIPR criticise European Parliament decision to scrap 'Freedom of Panorama'
5. Michael Mullen named global comms chief in new Kraft Heinz Company

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