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Consulum makes redundancies in London and Bahrain, Bell Pottinger makes redundancies alongside Maitland vice-chair hire, Scottish Government opens consultation on lobbying bill

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UK Daily | June 1st 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Bell Pottinger spin-off Consulum makes redundancies in London and Bahrain
2. Bell Pottinger makes redundancies in London alongside Maitland vice-chairman hire
3. Scottish Government opens consultation on lobbying bill
4. Picture gallery: PRWeek and Hiive's Get Ahead in PR event
5. Edelman hires Esther Busscher of FleishmanHillard to head Brussels business
6. Sarah Baranowski leaves corporate affairs role at Gatwick for London Communications Agency
7. Sudocrem appoints Orbital Media for global social media brief following Actavis takeover
8. FTI Consulting hires energy specialist Ben Backwell as sector MD
9. Deadline extended for entering PR Internships Awards
10. Red Hot Penny wins brief for polo sportswear brand Polistas
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3. Sainsbury's hands corporate comms account to Porter Novelli
4. Bell Pottinger Group MD David Wilson stands down
5. Hill+Knowlton and Buchanan form Middle East and Africa venture

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