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PM reportedly wants business to stay quiet on EU, Mumsnet and Lidl sign content deal, BBC becoming 'mad great-uncle'

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UK Daily | September 8th 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. Should businesses follow David Cameron's wish and stay quiet on EU referendum?
2. Mumsnet and Lidl UK strike six-figure content and branding deal
3. Attorney and unnamed PR flank Cecil the Lion's killer in first media interview
4. Headland hires Tesco head of international government affairs Burton
5. Watch: Lucozade's Strictly for the Home Nations only ad
6. Sam Smith reveals he will sing James Bond theme after previous denial
7. Bin boss resigns as fall-out from ITV documentary continues at Wigan Council
8. Yeomans promoted and heads to London to lead comms at NBCUniversal International
9. In brief: Social Communications wins One Manchester account, New asset manager hires Montfort, Finsbury's Williams takes non-exec role
Afternoon reads
BBC becoming less Auntie, more mad great-uncle in consultation on future BBC becoming less Auntie, more mad great-uncle in consultation on future
The BBC should be putting its best foot forward as it fights for its future, but the announcement yesterday from its director-general was far from a knock-out, writes Edelman UK chief and former BBC comms chief Ed Williams.
Banks dig deep with comms and PR campaigns to rebuild trust Banks dig deep with comms and PR campaigns to rebuild trust
Blamed for the global economic crash of 2008 and beset by subsequent financial scandals, the banking brand is a toxic one. Catherine Lafferty looks at the efforts banks are making to restore their poisoned reputations.
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4. Ogilvy PR triples size of executive committee
5. #Deflategate ruling: PR pros celebrate Brady, blast Goodell

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