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Corbyn 'a walking talking billboard for PR', PR pros like Facebook dislike button, Ogilvy makes Frohlich EMEA CEO

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Eight things you need to know today
1. Jeremy Corbyn lacks the PR skills to be Prime Minister, PRWeek readers say
2. Ogilvy promotes Michael Frohlich to CEO for EMEA
3. PRs mostly like Facebook's new 'dislike' button but still waiting for details
4. City of London takes on former Labour Party comms head Bob Roberts
5. Cicero Group names Iain Anderson executive chairman
6. Luke Herbert leaves UK government affairs role at Jaguar Land Rover for Madano
7. Croydon responds to negative press by scathing French sports journalists
8. In brief: Forge retained by Colliers Cheddar, Bite hires digital duo, Edelman and Ketchum staff go in-house in Asia, New CIPR fellows
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Shell VP talks Greenpeace, reputation, Arctic drilling and renewable energy Shell VP talks Greenpeace, reputation, Arctic drilling and renewable energy
Shell has faced reputational problems for years, largely caused by environmental campaigners and the oil giant's reluctance to engage in public debate. Its vice-president for media relations tells Alex Benady why drilling in the Arctic is not as destructive as it sounds and how the company is embracing engagement to convince the world that hydrocarbons are the future.
Why the PR industry should thank Jeremy Corbyn Why the PR industry should thank Jeremy Corbyn
He may be a republican crypto-Marxist who wants to nationalise the economy and replace Nato with Hezbollah, but each and every one of us in the PR industry owes a huge debt of gratitude to Labour's newly elected leader, Jeremy Corbyn, writes PRWeek's features editor Alex benady.
The image of Aylan Kurdi is a powerful communication tool for positive action on refugees The image of Aylan Kurdi is a powerful communication tool for positive action on refugees
Exactly two weeks ago today, Britain woke up to a photograph that dominated the front pages of most UK national newspapers: Aylan Kurdi's lifeless body washed up on the Turkish shoreline, writes Jai Jethwa of Fishburn.
Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group C contenders Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group C contenders
The Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off on Friday. Here's our lowdown on the social media, storylines and sponsorship for Group C's contenders: New Zealand, Argentina, Tonga, Georgia and Namibia.
Five things you may have missed
1. Edelman walks away from climate change deniers, coal producers
2. Gender pay gap: Will autumn 2015 be the tipping point for action?
3. BMW CEO recovering after collapsing at Frankfurt Motor Show press conference
4. Henderson Global Investors hires FTI Consulting for near-global brief
5. BMW replaces Sony on top of EU reputation ranking - but Lego leads in UK

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