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UK Weekly | June 7th 2015
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How do you undermine the Islamic State brand? How do you undermine the Islamic State brand?
More than 700 Britons are believed to have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join Islamic State, as the group employs ever more sophisticated methods to radicalise young people online. The Government is concerned that existing programmes to combat radicalisation are failing to provide a coherent alternative message to counter the extremists, and are allowing them the space to present themselves as successful.
FIFA loses Blatter control, but its troubles aren't over FIFA loses Blatter control, but its troubles aren't over
The international soccer body's controversial president said on Tuesday that he'll step down, but it isn't the end of FIFA's corruption scandal.
Video: PRWeek UK 30 Under 30, behind the scenes preview Video: PRWeek UK 30 Under 30, behind the scenes preview
The PRWeek 30 Under 30 contingent were treated to a photoshoot and reception at the London office of marketing and technology agency DigitasLBi on 13 May. Here's a sneak preview ahead of our coverage next week.
How bad strategy is creating a content obesity epidemic How bad strategy is creating a content obesity epidemic
In the social-media age, it appears that any given piece of marketing communications has now somehow earned the label 'content'.
Cannes Lions: The Force awakens Cannes Lions: The Force awakens
The hype around Episode VII of the Cannes PR Lions is already reaching fever pitch.
Postcard from Russia Postcard from Russia
Michael Maslov, partner, Ketchum and general director, Ketchum Maslov, explains the challenges facing the PR industry in the troubled country.
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Eight ways FIFA can restore its tarnished reputation Eight ways FIFA can restore its tarnished reputation
With the events of the past couple of weeks, it is clear FIFA's reputation is in tatters, and the organisation has an enormous challenge ahead.
Lies, damned lies and PR Lies, damned lies and PR
A few months ago a number of major news outlets ran headlines about how eating dark chocolate can help you lose weight.
Reclaiming 'chav' - Cheryl Cole, Katie Price and why you should embrace the bad-mouthing media Reclaiming 'chav' - Cheryl Cole, Katie Price and why you should embrace the bad-mouthing media
Celebrity myths. How much sway do the media have on young people's perceptions of the famous and how can celebrity managers capitalise on it?
Late payments drain the lifeblood of industry growth Late payments drain the lifeblood of industry growth
It is time to call time on late payments and unethical payment terms that damage the whole industry.
The first rule of crisis comms is don't panic The first rule of crisis comms is don't panic
Richard Warburton is the director of media for Save The Children and a speaker at PRWeek's Crisis Comms conference, which begins on 18 June. The comms chief speaks to PRWeek about his early experience in journalism, media handling for the Home Office of the 7/7 bombing in London and the reason he now works for a major charity.
Bring on the brand revolution Bring on the brand revolution
The idea that brand guardianship matters as much as reputation management could transform our industry.

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