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UK Daily | July 20th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Nazi salute images in The Sun 'won't damage image of Queen or royals'
2. Unicef seeks comms agency for global PR and strategy brief
3. Intu Properties looks for first UK consumer PR agency
4. Hamburger chain Byron looks for consumer agency for regional expansion
5. TUC gets Bance as new head of comms as unions come under 'severe attack'
6. Smeg UK appoints Little Red Rooster PR as retained consumer agency
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