Labour is losing lobby press officer Paul Ovenden, as acting head of press and broadcasting Neil Fleming moves to another role in the party.
Phumzile van Damme, the national spokeswoman for South Africa's second-biggest political party, has arrived in London where she will appear at the PRCA hearing into the conduct of the agency Bell Pottinger.
Bell Pottinger has again found itself the subject of national media attention as partner James Chapman continued to lash out at Brexit, his former boss David Davis, the media and more in a rapid series of scathing tweets.
Nicholas Paget-Brown, the former leader of Kensington Council, has set up a consultancy service for organisations who wish to work with local authorities.
Tiki Brand put out a statement this weekend condemning white supremacist marchers who had used its product. It was the second time in three months the company had to disassociate its brand from extremist groups.
Howell James is stepping down as CEO of Huntsworth-owned The Quiller Consultancy to pursue a portfolio career - as the agency shifts gear to become less Conservative and more corporate.
Freeview picks Little Red Rooster, PLMR hires ex-Tory MP Neil Carmichael, TV maker appoints Wildfire, Zyme relocates, and more from PRWeek UK.
The inclusion of Labour MP Barry Sheerman on the statutory lobbying register undermines public trust in democracy, the PRCA's head of public affairs has argued.
Weber pulled out of the contract with the Egyptian government earlier this month.
New CEO at HCA, Northern Powerhouse hires, Liberty wins Netsnapper and more from PRWeek UK.
The boss of Grayling and Citigate owner Huntsworth says that efforts to lobby the UK Government over terms of our departure from the EU are "wasted", because Theresa May's team is "not listening to anyone".
Public Relations Institute of Ireland seeks new leader as CEO takes job with country's new Taoiseach
John Carroll has left the Public Relations Institute of Ireland to take a role as a special adviser to the Taoiseach, the country's prime minister.
The head of the Westminster lobbying regulator says that evidence of unregistered lobbying is "rare", and that the register she maintains "can be relied upon".
She previously served as deputy press secretary.
Spicer reportedly resigned because he disagreed with Trump's choice of Scaramucci for comms director.
Cicero Group has extended its relationship with workplace pension firm NOW: Pensions to include the comms brief previously held by Lansons.
The man who led the official campaign for Britain to leave the EU has said the Government should have worked harder at engaging the 48 per cent of voters who wanted the country to remain in the bloc.
Seven CEOs dropped out of the president's manufacturing council before he disbanded it on Wednesday, along with another board of top executives.
For an idea that its critics often derided as 'spin', the Northern Powerhouse is actually in need of much better PR.
Is PR a youngsters' game? It's a question that plays on my mind - especially since becoming a mum.
The least surprising insight from the British Election Study (BES) was that one in three people mentioned Brexit as the most important issue facing the country at the general election.
ADHD is still a topic of hushed discussion amongst many and there are multiple reasons people are simply happier to avoid the chat than discuss it openly.
There is a problem with the talent supply chain, but parents returning from the 'PR Bermuda Triangle' can be the solution.
After months of rumours and allegations about its work with South Africa's Oakbay Investments, matters have come to a head for Bell Pottinger over recent weeks.
Scaramucci was relieved of his role at the request of new Chief of Staff John Kelly, according to several reports.
There's a much-laboured impression that journalists don't respect PR agents - that PRs are time wasters whose pitches are unprepared, unfocused and unwanted.
If you are a regular cinema-goer you are likely to be familiar with the experience of watching a film that is so overloaded with ideas, plot-lines and characters that you leave feeling exhausted.
You're so good at your job that you get promoted to a role beyond your experience and skills. Don't panic, though - you can learn to lead well.
The consensus: They're still not impressed with Spicer and are extremely wary of the new hire.
Spicer's short but notable tenure as White House press secretary came to an abrupt end on Friday. From Inauguration Day to Saturday Night Live, here's a timeline of his term.
The longer jargon-obsessed big business continues to sound like 'the Maybot', the greater the risk it runs of further alienating ordinary people.
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Chipotle PR director Chris Arnold is reporting to Schalow.
Cicero Group has appointed former Metro Bank and Arup director Peter Murray as its first director of corporate affairs.
Colin Byrne, the UK and EMEA CEO of Weber Shandwick, has told PRWeek UK he has "no plans" to work in PR after he leaves the agency in March next year.
Stephen Day has replaced Amanda Pierce as chief executive of Burson-Marsteller's UK operations, effective immediately.
Ben Wilson, head of communications at the UK Supreme Court for the past five years, is to take up a new role as director of comms and public affairs at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Theresa May's former communications director Katie Perrior has described her successor as "a great hire", as senior PR figures who know Robbie Gibb discuss the challenges aheadgin at Number 10.