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UK Weekly | October 25th 2015
This week's three most read news stories
PR salary survey lifts lid on discrepancies between agency and in-house wages PR salary survey lifts lid on discrepancies between agency and in-house wages
The most junior agency PRs typically earn around 20 per cent less in consumer comms than their corporate, financial or public affairs counterparts, but pay differences are smaller for in-house roles.
Kids Company chair Alan Yentob's PR 'taken care of' by 'dear friend' at Edelman Kids Company chair Alan Yentob's PR 'taken care of' by 'dear friend' at Edelman
Edelman's Ed Williams and Alex Bigg gave PR assistance to Kids Company chair Alan Yentob ahead of his appearance in front of a parliamentary select committee last week.
PRWeek UK Awards 2015: Winners revealed PRWeek UK Awards 2015: Winners revealed
Golin, TfL, Taylor Herring and Diabetes UK were among the award winners at the prestigious PRWeek Awards, which took place during a gala evening at London's Grosvenor House.
Two bits of in-depth analysis
Brand attack! How to defend yourself against the global counterfeit trade Brand attack! How to defend yourself against the global counterfeit trade
'I don't believe in PR and I don't buy into branding,' Batmanghelidjh tells PRWeek 'I don't believe in PR and I don't buy into branding,' Batmanghelidjh tells PRWeek
Four opinion pieces from our contributors
1. Opinion: Sir Martin's the one living in la la land
2. Honest creativity: The future of good PR
3. VW's crisis puts reputation risk management firmly on the map
4. Watch Nescafe's move to Tumblr closely because others could follow suit
The latest from PRWeek US...
1. Clinton on the Hill: 'I take full responsibility' for Benghazi
2. Why retention is the roadblock to a more diverse PR industry
3. Chris Foster returns to Burson as worldwide EVP
...and this week's PRWeek Asia highlights
1. Deep Dive: The new CSR - being good socially is crucial to good strategy
2. Steady performance from Xi Jinping in UK parliament address as China's PR machine hits London
3. The Blueshirt Group expands global footprint with Beijing office

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