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UK Daily | July 10th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Teneo buys UK PR agencies Blue Rubicon and StockWell
2. Pro- and anti-fox hunting groups plan 'media blitz' ahead of Commons vote
3. Transport for London and Golin recognised in first PR Internship Awards
4. Don't believe the PR hype, warns Liam Fox in Edelman Budget debate
5. The European Parliament scraps controversial Freedom of Panorama proposals
6. Natura Bissè appoints Freuds as UK PR agency
7. 10 Yetis rebrands to reflect importance of digital
8. PRCA and PRWeek to host Summer Boat Party
9. Firefly handed UK brief by SoftMaker
10. Clarity PR hires Sara Collinge from Speed Communications
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Social naivety put the brakes on support for Tube strike Social naivety put the brakes on support for Tube strike
From a quick scan of my Twitter feed yesterday morning, it would appear that most people's feelings towards yesterday's Tube strike ranged from mild annoyance to seething anger. How dare those greedy so-and-so's on £50k, working 36 hours a week, with 42 days holiday, ask for more money, went the general rhetoric.
Take the money or keep your principles: The moral dilemma for PRs Take the money or keep your principles: The moral dilemma for PRs
We have recently ceased working on a project. I'd like to say it was a mutual agreement brought about by creative differences, but that would be like saying we won't work for a tobacco company because we think cigarettes might be a bit unhealthy.
Flack: Three's Muppet lands on the Southbank, Unity heads to Glasto and Radiator brings the Rio vibe
Postcard from Myanmar Postcard from Myanmar
Opportunities to get your message across in Myanmar's media have improved significantly since the shackles on press freedom were loosened three years ago, says Graham Stewart, managing director at Bell Pottinger Myanmar.
Five things you may have missed
1. Thomas Cook appoints ex-Sainsbury's CEO Justin King to oversee crisis comms review
2. Unions take tactical approach in 'media battle' over Tube strike
3. John Lewis looks for PR agency to launch flagship shop in Leeds
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