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Mirror Group pays PS1.2m to celebrity hacking victims, Havas Sports and Entertainment merges with Cake, Thomas Cook CEO to meet family of Corfu victims

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UK Daily | May 21st 2015
10 things you need to know today
1. Mirror Group pays £1.2m to eight celebrity hacking victims
2. Havas Sports & Entertainment merges with Cake
3. Thomas Cook chief to meet family of Corfu victims
4. Coca-Cola, Visa speak out on 2022 World Cup migrant worker abuse
5. Hume Brophy hires Broadgate Mainland's Vaughn-Thomas to lead financial services PR
6. Asahi appoints 10x as UK retained social and PR agency
7. PRCA 2015 DARE Awards winners for Scotland and NI announced
8. TOWIE's Lydia Bright appoints Label PR to promote clothing range
9. Marketers urged to assess their comms following death of charity worker
10. Rain hires ex-Ogilvy and FleishmanHillard PR as corporate account director
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Thomas Cook: Our expert panel assesses the company's handling of the tragedy Thomas Cook: Our expert panel assesses the company's handling of the tragedy
Thomas Cook bears all the hallmarks of a company about to implode under the weight of public disgust. This is due to its handling of the tragedy in which two children died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a faulty boiler while on holiday in Corfu in October 2006. The deaths, together with the ensuing inquest verdict of unlawful killing last Wednesday, in which Thomas Cook was found to have "breached its duty of care", is a nightmare scenario for a company that has previously been synonymous with family-friendly holidays.
How do you keep a tragedy like the Syrian conflict in the news? How do you keep a tragedy like the Syrian conflict in the news?
Little surprises me about this month's Twitter trends. Top of the list is Britain's Got Talent, shortly followed by the new Mad Max film.
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1. Cohn & Wolfe replaces Lansons as Barclaycard UK corporate PR agency
2. FIFA sponsors under pressure to speak out on Qatar labor conditions
3. Hootsuite's new tool makes it easy for 'anyone' to promote Facebook posts
4. BMW's 'DriveNow' selects We Are Caffeine as retained PR agency
5. #Milifandom teenager embroiled in Twitter spat with ex-Conservative MP

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