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UK Daily | July 21st 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Virgin Trains and Virgin East Coast invite pitches for social media brief
2. Weber Shandwick's Tim Sutton adds EMEA chairmanship to his remit
3. ISIS 'banning' of beheading videos a 'not surprising' PR move
4. Lansons launches health division headed by Ogilvy's Tina Woods
5. AkzoNobel hands Dulux UK trade account to Lucre PR
6. Robert Gray to replace Ninan Chacko as PR Newswire CEO
7. Hudson Sandler represents Aveva in £1.3bn Schneider Electric deal
8. Former Liverpool midfielder turned head of PR dies aged 68
9. Bell Pottinger hires former barrister Antony Dunkels from Hudson Sandler
10. Internal brand engagement rarely adds to bottom line, report says
Afternoon reads
A Galant Apology - Why did Mitsubishi's brave expression of remorse trigger a domino effect? A Galant Apology - Why did Mitsubishi's brave expression of remorse trigger a domino effect?
Relatives of UK prisoners of war have urged Mitsubishi to extend its apology to all prisoners subjected to forced labour during the Second World War after its historic apology to US POWs at the weekend.
Unmassing the Middle East Unmassing the Middle East
Many international organisations still insist on seeing the Middle East as one big mass, however, it is a mistake to parcel individual countries together too closely.
Climate change update: Klein may be conflicted under holy orders Climate change update: Klein may be conflicted under holy orders
The Papal Encyclical on the environment (see below) may have come as a surprise to non-Catholics, but an even greater surprise came with Pope Francis' appointment this month of radical author and anti-capitalist campaigner Naomi Klein as his ally in the battle against climate change.
Seeing red: Connect with meaning Seeing red: Connect with meaning
Next time you are tempted to send out a lifeless LinkedIn 'invite to connect', stop, says freelance PR Karen Triggs.
Five things you may have missed
1. Hamburger chain Byron looks for consumer agency for regional expansion
2. London Fire Brigade apologises for 'hipster' tweet
3. Nazi salute images in The Sun 'won't damage image of Queen or royals'
4. Unicef seeks comms agency for global PR and strategy brief
5. Intu Properties looks for first UK consumer PR agency

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