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.
Perry McCarthy, formerly The Stig on TV motoring show Top Gear, is among sports stars who will be unveiled as supporters of Brexit campaign group Leave.EU at a fun run next month.
Twitter was a key battleground in the protracted contract dispute between the British Medical Association (BMA) and the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, which came to a conclusion on 18 May.
The Government Communication Service has set out its priorities for the coming year in a plan that includes communicating economic and national security, as well as the benefits of staying in the EU.
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.
In a lengthy session of Prime Minister's Questions, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn quizzed David Cameron on an obscure EU directive concerning workers' rights but it took backbench MPs to raise Sadiq Khan's victory in last week's London mayoral elections, while Labour's Jess Phillips made an electrifying plea halfway in.
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.
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.
A number of PR and comms professionals have enjoyed success in the elections for the Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliament.
A number of PR, public affairs and marcoms professionals are among the candidates seeking election to the London Assembly today.
The Government has no plans to report figures of any deaths of patients occurring during last week's walkouts by junior doctors, PRWeek can reveal.
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.
Revelations by The Guardian that the UK Government has run a covert anti-extremism and counter-terror strategy raise serious questions about the "ways in which our governments communicate and the role of propaganda and deception in our society", according to a University of Sheffield academic.
Faced with trying to move debate beyond the fear of change, the 'leave' campaign for the EU referendum looks like it's got its work cut out.
Donald Trump recently saw his musical options dwindle yet again, as The Rolling Stones joined Adele and Steven Tyler in requesting that he cease using their songs on his campaign trail.
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.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's low-key, unflashy and seemingly un-politician-like style is arguably what originally endeared him to Labour supporters in the leadership ballot nearly eight months ago.
The most common criticism of your opponent's campaign is that it represents nothing more than a "chaotic talking shop". This is something aimed levelly and squarely at the Brexit campaign on a daily basis.
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 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.
Last year global businesses were urged to allocate 20 per cent of their philanthropic spending to education by 2020.
One of our most important comms challenges is to convince governments and regulators that costly cutting-edge treatments are worth it.
In less than one month there will be a new Mayor in the driving seat of London government.
Anyone following the wall-to-wall media and political coverage of the so-called Panama Papers over the past fortnight might be forgiven for wondering whether she or he had missed a recent Supreme Court decision abolishing the laws of confidence and privacy.
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London-headquartered agency Portland has announced 10 new appointments to its advisory council, including Facebook's EMEA international affairs specialist, former ministers in the Polish and Indian governments and the founder of UK parenting website Mumsnet.
The Cabinet Office's Alexa Chaffer has joined HealthUnlocked, a social network enabling peer-to-peer discussion of healthcare issues, as head of comms.
Greg Swift, a journalist who has worked at the Daily Express for nearly 20 years, will join the press team at Number 10 on 3 May.
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Two senior, London-based leaders of Weber Shandwick's corporate practice have left the firm in recent weeks, PRWeek has learned.
The Department of Health is recruiting for a new director of comms to lead its 100-strong team.
He will report to Dan Bartlett, EVP of corporate affairs.