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Merry Christmas from the staff of Brand Republic

LONDON - Brand Republic is taking a break and will next be updated on January 3. In the meantime, the staff would like to wish all our readers a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. We leave you with the top 10 news stories of 2005.

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Top advertising stories:

Weinberger joins Sir Frank Lowe with £45m Tesco account expected to follow

Bartle Bogle Hegarty wins £60m British Airways account

Beattie quits TBWA for start-up with McGuinness and Bungay

Neil French offers to quit WPP after sexist comments

Langdon ousted as UK chairman of Euro RSCG

Garry Lace returns to advertising with top Lowe role

Internet advertising set to become £1bn medium in 2005

Interpublic posts $558m loss for 2004 but manages organic growth amid the drama

Alain de Pouzilhac ousted by Bollore as Havas chief executive

WPP says it has no intention of making an offer for Aegis

Other top news:

Climate change ads shelved in wake of Asian tsunami

Buoyant mood in advertising market after London scoops 2012 Olympic Games

Ryanair escapes condemnation for post-bombings Churchill ad

The Sun's Wade downplays 'ginger ninja' assault on husband Kemp

Kate Moss endangers cosmetics deals as Daily Mirror splashes coke story

George Bush had planned to bomb Al Jazeera offices

KFC call centre staff can keep singing with full mouths despite 1,671 complaints

Irritating Crazy Frog ad draws 400 complaints

Ofcom rejects complaints over BBC broadcast of Jerry Springer: The Opera

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