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BBC Radio's Rod McKenzie has proclaimed young people don't visit Facebook any more. Kate Magee asks six specialists whether they agree and where they think social media budgets are best spent.
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The Conservative Party reacted to weekend reports that a senior member had described party activists as 'mad, swivel-eyed loons'.
Education Secretary Michael Gove was discovered to have based a claim of 'disturbing historical ignorance' among teenagers in an article he wrote for The Mail on Sunday in March partly on statistics from PR surveys by Premier Inn and UKTV Gold.
How can the PR industry's reputation be improved? The CIPR's Sue Wolstenholme and PRCA's Francis Ingham discuss the matter on PRWeek TV.
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