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UK Daily | July 24th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. PRWeek UK Awards 2015 shortlist unveiled
2. Burson-Marsteller wins Jamaica Tourist Board UK PR account
3. Fundraising firm GoGen ceases trading following damaging media investigation
4. PR firm Green shuts after bank missold interest rate product to sister business
5. Google leading brand in world but losing sense of purpose, says global survey
6. Aer Lingus replaces WHPR with PSG as takeover talks progress
7. Want digital creativity? Pull the plug, PRCA event hears
8. Guardian Labs lands sponsored content deal to promote Silent Circle
9. Pearson sells FT Group to Japanese media group Nikkei for £844m
10. Bob Knott returns to Edelman to lead its business and social purpose practice
Afternoon reads
Can communications save the health of the nation? Can communications save the health of the nation?
Eliciting behaviour change through healthcare campaigns is an increasingly prevalent parameter of success - and for good reason.
The softly-softly approach can't slow down a speeding train The softly-softly approach can't slow down a speeding train
Nudge theory is a useful tool in the public health armoury but the growth in chronic diseases will require more robust action.
How Uber drove circles around New York City's mayor How Uber drove circles around New York City's mayor
Uber was hailed as the winner after a fierce public affairs battle against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who had moved to cap the number of vehicles it could operate in the city.
Five things you may have missed
1. Dixons Carphone retains Diffusion for social media work
2. Government spending on comms halved and more cuts to come
3. Publicis reports 1.4% Q2 revenue growth
4. Taylor Herring unleashes special campaign for Kellogg's on London Underground
5. Interpublic PR firms exceed 10% Q2 revenue growth: Polansky

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