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Blogging, walking, leading and bins

Hello, yes it’s me Kate Bentham back for another week as guest curator of Weekly Blog Club. We’re into week 15 of year two and had some wonderful blogs submitted this week, the quality and content of which have been amazing. The

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Power to the people

Ross Wigham shares news of the CIPR Northern Conference called Power to the People, which is being held in June 2013. The Conference will look at a post-Leveson world where traditional media is in the spotlight and social media is

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For the Love of Brooks

Irena Souroup contemplates the popularity or otherwise of Mrs Brooks, and the ubiquity of television images recently showing Mr Hunt running in shorts. For the Love of Brooks by Irena Souroup.

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