The Week

Direct Line has been crowned In-House Team of the Year at this year's PRCA Awards, while Lansons was named Large Consultancy of the Year. See prweek.com/uk for the full story.

Exposure MD Robin Gadsby has resigned after two years at the agency without a job to go to. He will not be directly replaced. See page 16 for PRWeek's profile with the agency's joint CEO Raoul Shah.

The PR Office has won two entertainment briefs: Loaded's LAFTAS awards, which take place in January, and Katy Brand's Big Ass tour, which kicks off next April.

Key Capital, an Irish corporate finance firm, has appointed FD as its corporate communications adviser.

J. Wray & Nephew UK has appointed LDR London to handle consumer PR for the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum brand following a three-way pitch.

TCI Renewables, an Oxford-based wind farm developer, has called in Consense to manage its media relations and local community relationships for a series of projects.

Clarence Mitchell helped launch, on Tuesday, the latest stage of Madeleine McCann search campaign, which is using a video message to reach a key witness.

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