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UK Daily | September 9th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Addison Lee switches public affairs account from Fleishman to Burson-Marsteller
2. PR industry gears up for Rugby World Cup 2015
3. Watch: O2 releases film for England Rugby #WearTheRose campaign
4. Syrian refugee crisis: EU leaders put reputations on the line
5. PRWeek launches Secret Top 150
6. Conservative press officer makes swift exit from Corbyn event after being uncovered by Channel 4 journalist
7. Queen Flakes, gingerbread royalty and more as brands celebrate Queen Elizabeth
8. CIPR signs agreement with Middle East PR body in first of global deals
9. Marathon champ Radcliffe issues statement on drugs: "I categorically deny that I have resorted to cheating"
10. In brief: TTM wins Texas Tourism account, Forster gets Maitland partner, Another Asia change at Fleishman, H+K, Sutton, Calacus
Afternoon reads
PR and the Rugby World Cup: Former England captian Dallaglio tackles the world of marcoms PR and the Rugby World Cup: Former England captian Dallaglio tackles the world of marcoms
Lawrence Dallaglio, the former England rugby union captain, tells Danny Rogers how BBH Sport plans to keep the Rugby World Cup marketing effort running for six weeks, and why learning to speak with an authentic voice to fans will enable the agency to branch out into other sports once the tournament has ended.
Will social media connect fans with #RWC2015? Will social media connect fans with #RWC2015?
Alongside the key on-pitch battle, brands have been jostling for position in the social media scrum as the Rugby World Cup nears, writes Hanover Communications' Gavin Megaw.
Five things you may have missed
1. BBC becoming less Auntie, more mad great-uncle in consultation on future
2. Should businesses follow David Cameron's wish and stay quiet on EU referendum?
3. Mumsnet and Lidl UK strike six-figure content and branding deal
4. Attorney and unnamed PR flank Cecil the Lion's killer in first media interview
5. Watch: Lucozade's Strictly for the Home Nations only Rugby World Cup ad

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