Four weeks ahead of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, research shows that despite being generally pro-EU, most PR agencies are advising corporate clients to remain publicly neutral.
Britain Stronger In Europe's online campaign to get young people registered to vote in the UK's upcoming referendum has attracted criticism on social media and in the press.
Connect Communications has undergone a management buyout that has seen executive chairman Gill Morris sell her majority stake and take ownership of Devo Connect, its division focused on the devolved nations, as a separate agency.
Bellenden boss Mark Glover has been confirmed as the new chairman of the Association of Professional Political Consultants, taking over from incumbent Iain Anderson.
The WPP firm's European arm is providing comms support to the country on issues related to its participation in the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Clarence Mitchell, a man familiar to UK audiences as a former BBC royal correspondent and later spokesman for the family of disappeared child Madeleine McCann, has been appointed as a director at public affairs firm JBP.
Eulogy wins shopping platform, Pagefield appointed by Experian
The sensitive political process of renewing the BBC's Royal Charter is entering its closing stages with the publication yesterday of the Government's white paper, which will be debated by Parliament in the autumn.
Businesses looking to engage with people likely to vote for the UK to remain in the EU should think local and look to get their message into non-political media, according to a former spokesman for Ed Miliband.
SumofUs, a pressure group campaigning against the proposed trade deal between the EU and the US, is aiming an ad at employees of Unilever in a bid to inspire them to raise questions about the deal.
Production company WAGTV is hoping to reach out to undecided voters with an 80-minute documentary Brexit: The Movie, which has its premiere in Leicester Square tomorrow (Wednesday) night.
Cristian Samoilovich has left his role as the budget airline Ryanair's head of public affairs after less than two months in the role - but the airline has already lined up a successor.
A public affairs account manager at Four Communications has won a place in City Hall as a Member of the London Assembly (MLA) in Thursday's London elections.
Labour's Sadiq Khan won a convincing victory over Zac Goldsmith to become Mayor or London on Friday night, taking 57 per cent of the vote, following a contest in which his chief rival paid the price for a negative campaign and accusations of Islamophobia.
Saudi Arabia's ruling family has recently begun using British PR agency Freuds to communicate its new programme of economic and cultural modernisation, it has emerged.
In a savage PMQs session ahead of polling day tomorrow for the mayoral and council elections, the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn traded blows over Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
The CIA live-tweeted, minute by minute, the events of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden on Sunday afternoon. Many social media users thought it was inappropriate.
Politicians are famous for dodging journalists' questions, and it is happening all too often.
As experts we are constantly striving for new and better ways of engaging people; that and delivering greater reach, greater influence and greater returns on investment of course.
The slowest Silverstone lap, a Monty Python-style sketch and an animation for Parkinson's Awareness Week were among the campaigns that got a thumbs up from the PRWeek UK team last month.
PRWeek's 2013 PR Census showed that 46 per cent of all PR agency employees were aged between 25 and 34. So how can today's generation of great young PR people be confident in the boardroom?
The PR and comms sector is waking up to the 'national blind spot' that employers seem to have when it comes to the gender pay gap - but does it need to do more?
The press secretary from the real West Wing met the fictional one for a serious message at Friday's press briefing.
The decision by Labour to ban McDonald's from having an exhibition stand at this year's party conference was taken not because of Jeremy Corbyn's vegetarianism but because of the company's refusal to recognise trade unions.
In less than one month there will be a new Mayor in the driving seat of London government.
The dramatic result of the recent general election in Ireland has implications for upcoming European elections and even the Brexit debate.
Lord Michael Heseltine - former deputy prime minister, founder of Haymarket Media Group and shadow secretary of trade and industry at the time of the last European referendum in 1975 - speaks exclusively to Danny Rogers about the next EU referendum and how we should heed Europe's dark experiences.
Brand marketers understand the value and are increasingly masters of engaging women - think the multi-award-winning #Like a Girl and One Billion Rising campaigns.
The Finsbury chairman, one of the most influential PR men in the country, is leading the fight to keep Britain in the European Union. He tells Danny Rogers why the views of business leaders are crucial to a debate that is primarily one of economics and trade.
What do PR professionals think about the Brexit campaigns and what is the consensus about the impeding referendum?
Pro-Brexit campaigners must prioritise economic over immigration arguments, says Paul Stephenson (pictured), comms director of Vote Leave - one of the main groups backing the UK's withdrawal from the EU. He talks to John Harrington about UKIP, Boris Johnson, the BBC - and why the PR industry should not be fearful
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Travel company Thomas Cook has announced a new head of internal comms and a new head of corporate comms as group comms director Alice Macandrew merges the firm's UK and group PR operations.
Louise Shield will join the bank Santander UK as director of corporate comms on 1 August.
Kieran Moore has become the holding company's CEO for PR and public affairs in Australia and New Zealand.
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He is replacing Maggie FitzPatrick, who left the healthcare giant earlier this year, in the company's top communications role.
Chinese airline calls on Rooster, Westminster Advisers hires from Energy UK, Nobu books VIP Worldwide and more from PRWeek UK.