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Freuds leads agencies promoting UN Global Goals, MOBO and Gatwick take on agencies, Cubitt back to Number 10, Flack on Friday

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UK Daily | September 25th 2015
Seven things you need to know today
1. Freuds heads agencies launching UN's Global Goals campaign today
2. MOBO Awards organiser hires W for new cultural brief
3. Cubitt back to Number 10 press office as Cameron's deputy spokesman
4. Gatwick Airport appoints Brands2Life as consumer PR agency
5. UK Government expresses condolences over Mecca tragedy
6. KINC campaign helps boost England Rugby Facebook fans by 180,000
7. In brief: 3x1 makes acquisitions and London move, The Romans gets whisky business, Overture and Cratus make hires
Afternoon reads
More PRs than journalists? It's coming true, and it could be a nightmare More PRs than journalists? It's coming true, and it could be a nightmare
This month we found out from the Office for National Statistics' 2015 Labour Force survey that there are now 55,000 PR professionals in the UK - that's up almost 50% in two years, writes David Benigson of Signal.
Flack on Friday: #Piggate, Jeremy Corbyn, Volkswagen, McDonald's, Manchester United Flack on Friday: #Piggate, Jeremy Corbyn, Volkswagen, McDonald's, Manchester United
In Flack this week: a satirical take on Corbyn's comms; Gordon Brown's PR man Damian McBride talks #piggate; and where is our free stuff?
Five things you may have missed
1. Haringey Council rebrand ridiculed as childish
2. Corbyn's comms man Slocombe is interim, Labour says, but no news of permanent hire
3. CIPR aims for £1m in fundraising push for PR industry benevolent fund
4. Is playing by the book enough to save Volkswagen's reputation?
5. Zeo and PR agencies launch integrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign

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