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.
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.
25 Nov 2010
| by Matt Cartmell
The Government's monthly spend on external PR agencies has been reduced by more than half since David Cameron became Prime Minister.
18 Nov 2010
| by David Singleton and Alec Mattinson
Two senior political aides are leaving to take top roles in London PR agencies, PRWeek can reveal.
Government special advisers are having more lunches with the Daily Mail than any other newspaper.
21 Oct 2010
| by Arif Durrani
Rupert Murdoch, the founder, chairman and chief executive of News Corporation, heaped praise on Margaret Thatcher for 'expanding the boundaries of freedom' tonight, before turning to bloggers and why they will never replace journalists.
The PRCA has announced it is entering into a long-term alliance with the Motor Industry Public Affairs Association (MIPAA).
Mobile phone firm 02 has recruited an ex-aide to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown to become its top UK lobbyist, as current public affairs chief Steve Bartholomew moves to a new role.