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WHETSTONE’S WOES
Rachel Whetstone, Uber’s head of communications, is leaving, reportedly having grown tired of the “drama”. Drama might as well be her middle name.

A BRIDGE TOO FAR
Radio station TalkSport was dead set against London’s Garden Bridge project – at least until someone at parent company Sky (a bridge backer) noticed.

PEPSI’S DODGY TASTE
The furore over Pepsi’s latest advert was another example of the ad industry’s poor record in practising what it preaches.

ALL SHALL HAVE PRIZES
The industry awards that claim to be based on “client testimonials and recommendations” but in fact are for sale to anyone who wants one.

PLUS: Ad Nauseam, Dumb Britain & more.

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Trump bombs Broadchurch… Thank God Trump now resembles the great presidents of the past, says everyone… Pravdeye: An apology… Boris Johnson writes exclusively… Livingstone’s shock new historical claim… Manilow shock announcement… Liam Gallagher’s Diary, as tweeted to Craig Brown

And also...

- Libel News: Justice Warby’s hard line on Katie Hopkins’ lawyers
- Tory gig guide: Deliveroo’s Tory-linked defence of the “gig economy”
- Uber the top: When there’s even too much drama for Rachel Whetstone, that’s a problem

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