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UK Daily | September 21st 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. David Cameron to 'ride out' Ashcroft claims as social media goes crazy over #piggate
2. Nescafé to move all global websites to Tumblr
3. Still time to fill out our future of PR survey - and win VIP tickets to PRWeek Awards
4. MoD declines to comment after general 'threatens mutiny' if Corbyn becomes PM
5. Richard Edelman announces part-time return to Chicago office
6. Unions launch #TwoWeekWarning social media campaign against Trade Union Bill
7. Kindred joins agency line-up to launch Skoda Superb campaign
8. Creative Shootout pitching competition launched with Unicef UK
9. In Brief: Way to Blue gets MetrixLab's Everard, Lexington takes on former Theresa May spad, CIM appoints Kindred and ICG, Touch PR grabs British gin brand brief
Afternoon insight
Radical engagement - a call to arms Radical engagement - a call to arms
When someone as venerable and experienced as Lord Browne calls on CEOs in a time of crisis to sack their PR and CSR teams it certainly ignites debate on the purpose of what we do, writes Yuki Finch of Teamspirit.
Lord Browne was wrong about PR but he was closer to the mark on CSR Lord Browne was wrong about PR but he was closer to the mark on CSR
Lord Browne's announcement on the need to kill off PR and CSR didn't have me scrambling around for a new career, even though I agreed with a lot of what he said.
Video: Leaders in communication Video: Leaders in communication
Louise Hodges, head of communications at Travelzoo, and Richard Scott, executive director corporate affairs for Virgin Trains, speak to PRWeek ahead of of our Leaders in Communication event on 5 November.
Away last week? Here's five things you may have missed
1. Corbyn still has comms work to do despite PR and policy hires, say public affairs pros
2. Capital MSL & CNC merger: A framework for a happy marriage?
3. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says he's learning to tell the brand story
4. Richard Edelman announces part-time return to Chicago office
5. Watch: Clifford French asks 'who's got the balls?' in Ladbrokes Rugby World Cup campaign

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