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Will devolution change the public affairs agenda?

Will devolution change the public affairs agenda?

Historically there has always been a whiff of smoke and mirrors about anything related to devolution, with governments promising it, then delivering something that isn't devolution at all, but that, with the aid of a bit of sleight of hand, can be made to look like it come election time, says Curtin&Co's Martin Curtis

UK PR pros: What's your view of your employer? Let us know in PRCA and PRWeek survey

UK PR pros: What's your view of your employer? Let us know in PRCA and PRWeek survey

Do you like your employer? Do you think your working conditions are fair? And are you paid enough? Let us know your views through a major survey by the PRCA and PRWeek UK.

International Expansion: Manifest takes a bite out of the Big Apple

International Expansion: Manifest takes a bite out of the Big Apple

PRWeek UK talks to the British agencies taking on the world: Having opened up a New York office in January 2015, Manifest has set itself some ambitious global expansion plans by 2020.

International Expansion: Hudson Sandler takes on Hong Kong

International Expansion: Hudson Sandler takes on Hong Kong

PRWeek UK talks to the British agencies taking on the world: Hudson Sandler opened up shop in Asia 12 months ago with a focus on delivering international comms for Russian corporates.

Advertorials are not the enemy

Advertorials are not the enemy

In the new world of native advertising, quality content is more important than ever. It needs to be relevant to specific audiences and fit in seamlessly alongside editorial, says Trinity Mirror Solutions' Samantha Cope

Are UK PR agencies ageist?

Are UK PR agencies ageist?

New research shows that the chief executives of the UK's top PR agencies are predominantly under the age of 50, and the dearth of older practitioners at all levels across the agency industry serves to underline PR's ongoing problem with retaining senior talent.

Minding the comms gap: TfL's PR team on Uber, terror, delays and working with Boris

Minding the comms gap: TfL's PR team on Uber, terror, delays and working with Boris

Inside in-house: TfL's press team prides itself on handling all comms in-house - no mean feat, when you consider that this encompasses the entire London transport network from Tube to bus, rail, cycling and environmental policy. Deputy director of news Matt Brown gives Anna Reynolds the lowdown.

Late payment: PRCA calls for clarity on Government's Enterprise Bill

Late payment: PRCA calls for clarity on Government's Enterprise Bill

The PRCA has welcomed the scope of the Government's new Enterprise Bill, but has also called for more clarity on how its provisions will be enforced.

The future of influencer marketing

The future of influencer marketing

Last year, traditional advertising took a back seat to real-time conversations taking place in the digital universe among 'ordinary' members of the public, says Sabrina Lynch of Zeno Group.

Mike Love steps down as chairman of Burson-Marsteller UK

Mike Love steps down as chairman of Burson-Marsteller UK

Mike Love, chairman of Burson-Marsteller UK, will leave his role with immediate effect.