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UK Daily | September 14th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Fishburn retains integrated comms brief across G4S divisions
2. Can new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn become Prime Minister? Vote in our poll
3. Former Sun editor Dominic Mohan enters PR as new CEO of The Outside Organisation
4. Adidas launches #ForceOfBlack as New Zealand rugby team lands in London
5. Watch: Rio 2016 looks to change perceptions of Paralympics
6. Diamond producer Lucara hires Portland for Europe-wide comms brief
7. Everyone loves a free pen - top promotional items revealed
8. #YesWeKhan? Comms pros on Labour's London mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan
9. Edelman completes Dabo & Co acquisition, launches experiential offer in Middle East
10. In brief: LaplandUK appoints PHA for 2015 launch, Premdor appoints Faith PR, DropIt hires Rain, Kindred's anthology
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So what does a Corbyn leadership mean for you? So what does a Corbyn leadership mean for you?
Jeremy Corbyn's dramatic leadership win is a turning point in Labour's history and it is also a turning point for those who wish to engage him. Most communicators and those wishing to engage on policy will never have seen anything like it before, writes Nick Williams, a former Labour Party adviser.
Top of the month: Jeremy Corbyn Top of the month: Jeremy Corbyn
After his dramatic victory in the Labour leadership election, PRWeek identifies Jeremy Corbyn as the top PR performer of the past month.
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2. PR and CSR departments? Ditch them, says former BP chief Browne
3. Addison Lee switches public affairs account from Fleishman to Burson-Marsteller
4. Fuel PR to face PRCA grilling over 'Sweaty-gate' case
5. Should businesses follow David Cameron's wish and stay quiet on EU referendum?

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