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1. Freemasons hire fresh PR support in bid to rethink 'secret society' image - 23 June

2. Charter sets 'global standard' for calculating value of PR at European Measurement Summit - 24 June

3. Labour Party failing to communicate effectively warns political comms expert as Budget unveiled - 23 June

4. Twitter sentiment monitoring tool Chatterscope launched by Lewis PR - 25 June

5. Nivea Sun picks Road for campaign to find the UK's best beaches - 25 June

6. Blackburn merges council and NHS comms - 23 June.

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