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UK Daily | October 13th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. 'Sweaty-gate' agency Fuel PR expelled from PRCA
2. Next Fifteen grows in US, gets profitable in UK and Asia as loss turns to profit
3. Top of the Month: Greenpeace claims Arctic victory over Shell
4. Former Publicis exec John Farrell joins Four Communications Group as chair
5. Companies need to assert their value to society
6. Public affairs firms 'exposed' by campaigners in Scottish lobbying report
7. Making the most of video in the comms mix
8. Watch: Hollywood director creates short film for FIA's #SaveKidsLives campaign
9. WPP hires government comms deputy director Sean Larkins for public sector practice
10. In brief: KBC wins tourist brief, Weber Shandwick handles Vauxhall social, Connect picks up account, Clarks appoints Portas
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1. Uber brings in former Ed Balls adviser Alex Belardinelli as UK comms head
2. Brunswick and Finsbury in the thick of negotiations over potential merger of brewing giants
3. Five campaigns we liked this month
4. Frank PR runs pop-up Champagne bubble bath bar for bathroom retailer
5. Havas CEO: Self-professed 'Carrie Bradshaw of PR' talks trends, targets and future of PR

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