Social photos of the week

Ad luminaries and 20 young people helped by Robin Wight’s Ideas Foundation braved the cold to attend a reception at 11 Downing Street on Monday. Wight (right) and Oystercatchers’ Richard Robinson stop for a now-obligatory selfie.

Dare had to take drastic action after Gromit kept suggesting the creative teams work on ideas centred on brand truths such as finding the "right trousers" or acting like a "were-rabbit".

Andrew Cooper, the Diet Coke hunk in BETC London’s 2013 ad, has turned his attention to more natural things and launched a juice company with Brothers and Sisters, reuniting him with Matthew Charlton.

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