Vince Cable's former press secretary has hit out at the Daily Telegraph for secretly recording her old boss and other Liberal Democrat MPs in their constituency surgeries.
Downing Street's decision to remove business secretary Vince Cable from his part in the Murdoch/BSkyB bid following the secret recording of a conversation with undercover journalists raises "serious issues of journalism ethics" at the Daily Telegraph, according to a leading industry figure.
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt will take over Vince Cable's responsibilities for media and telecoms, after the Lib Dem business secretary "declared war" on Rupert Murdoch's plans to take over BSkyB.
Energy supplier E.ON has hired 3 Monkeys to handle its customer PR following a competitive pitch.
UK air travel has been branded 'a laughing stock' by a top travel PRO, in the wake of widespread delays and cancellations at Heathrow.
Kellogg's longstanding corporate affairs boss Chris Wermann is quitting the cereal giant for a top comms role at the company which owns Argos and Homebase.
Vacuum cleaner firm Hoover has handed its retained comms account to boutique consumer agency Margaret Street.
The media scrum that greeted Julian Assange as he walked out of the Royal Courts of Justice last night was well-handled, according to PR experts.
International hairdressing chain Regis has handed its UK social media work to Manchester-based creative agency Photolink Creative Group.
Grosvenor Casinos, part of the Rank Group, has appointed Publicasity to raise its profile within the UK through a consumer PR campaign, following a four-way competitive pitch.