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UK Weekly | May 10th 2015
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Coloured cocktails and confounded predictions: PRWeek's night at the election parties Coloured cocktails and confounded predictions: PRWeek's night at the election parties
It was a night that began with low expectations of a definitive result but that ended in a shock victory for David Cameron's Conservatives.
Seven reasons the Conservatives won the PR election (or the others lost it) Seven reasons the Conservatives won the PR election (or the others lost it)
The economy? Milifandom? Bacon sandwiches? PRWeek deputy editor John Harrington gives his take on where the general election was won and where it was lost.
PRWeek Top 150, key performer: MHP Communications PRWeek Top 150, key performer: MHP Communications
MHP had a challenging year with a major project ending but picked up significant new briefs.
PRWeek Top 150, key performer: Exposure PRWeek Top 150, key performer: Exposure
Exposure had a significantly better year in 2014 than 2013, with an increase in services and an overhauled digital division.
PRWeek Top 150, key performer: W PRWeek Top 150, key performer: W
W enjoyed impressive growth through a combination of focusing on existing clients and winning several big pitches.
PRWeek Top 150, key performer: Lewis PR PRWeek Top 150, key performer: Lewis PR
Lewis PR had a stellar year with acquisitions and organic expansion aplenty.
Views from our contributors
General election 2015: A night to remember General election 2015: A night to remember
It was a night to remember and one that will have fundamental implications for British politics for some time to come.
Why are we so obsessed with channel and mechanic? Why are we so obsessed with channel and mechanic?
As ever in a quiet moment on Sunday I found myself looking at Spun on Sunday, from PRWeek. I noticed that three articles were about the changing model of the PR agency.
Seeing Red: Good manners matter Seeing Red: Good manners matter
Manners maketh the meeting - particularly when it comes to journalists, believes BBH comms director Sarah Pollard.
Raising your Analyst Profile Raising your Analyst Profile
This may come as a surprise, but in a complex industry like IT, analyst recommendations can drive over 50 per cent of purchases.

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