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19/04/17 - Funny name fun: press you don't want
18/04/17 - Elect to tell us something we don't know
13/04/17 - Beware of the slow news day
12/04/17 - Shock libel news: we are on the same side
11/04/17 - The chief executive who couldn't care less
06/04/17 - Cut the jargon
05/04/17 - Get the picture. Part II
04/04/17 - Get the picture. And get in the paper
03/04/17 - A very quiet coup
30/03/17 - Getting the Sunday blues
29/03/17 - Reading (and writing)the markets
28/03/17 - BT gets a biffing
27/03/17 - Good bloke PR
23/03/17 - Wrong day to be a salesman
22/03/17 - PRs - the new bankers?
21/03/17 - Googling for help
20/03/17 - London 1, New York 0
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