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Ten things you need to know today
1. Government spending on comms halved and more cuts to come
2. Pearson to sell Financial Times to 'global digital news firm', says Reuters
3. Dixons Carphone retains Diffusion for social media work
4. InterContinental Hotels Group hires Cicero for public affairs brief
5. Interpublic PR firms exceed 10% Q2 revenue growth: Polansky
6. Publicis reports 1.4% Q2 revenue growth
7. PR war over Chris Froome doping allegations boils over during Tour de France 2015
8. Taylor Herring unleashes special campaign for Kellogg's on London Underground
9. Bad news warning system among plans as charities club together for crisis comms
10. British Property Federation names Ghislaine Halpenny as first comms director
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