• BBC Tells Tories To Stop Using Its Presenters In Facebook Ads
    The BBC is asking the Conservative Party to take down Facebook ads featuring its presenters fearing that their inclusion could damage its impartiality, "The Guardian" reports.
  • 'i' Newspaper Bought By Daily Mail For GBP50m
    The owner of the "Daily Mail" has bought the "i" newspaper for GBP50m, City A.M. reports.
  • Ola To Launch Ride Hailing Service In London Soon
    Indian cab-hailing app Ola will take advantage of Uber losing its London licence by launching in the capital in the "coming weeks", Mobile Marketing reports.
  • Price Comparison Sites Urge Another EU Probe Into Google
    Price comparison sites are calling on the EU to renew its anti-competition probe into Google, "The Telegraph" reports. They claim the tech giant is still prioritising its own businesses, costing them traffic.
  • B&Q Calls Ad Review
    Engine has been placed on alert as B&Q has announced an ad review, "Campaign" reveals.
  • Elliot And ET Reunited In Sky Christmas Ad
    In what "Campaign" describes as Sky's first Christmas brand ad, the satellite tv and telecoms company is reuniting ET with Elliot, who has now grown up and is raising a family.
  • ISBA Lays Out Requests For Next Government
    ISBA has published a four-point election manifesto in which it asks the next government to end the Brexit uncertainty and support the advertising sector, "Campaign" reports.
  • Labour Party Fears Boris Will Dodge An Andrew Neil Grilling
    After Jeremy Corbyn encountered a bruising television interview with Andrew Neil, the Labour Party is now openly throwing doubt on whether Boris will agree to a slot on the tough journalist's show, "The Guardian" writes.
  • NatWest Shifts From Saatchi To The & Partnership
    NatWest Bank has split with M&C Saatchi after appointing The & Partnership as its creative agency of record, "Campaign" reports.
  • Parties Must Stop Mimicking Local Papers
    Press Gazette is calling on political parties to stop imitating the appearance of a local newspaper when designing election pamphlets.
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