Politics

PR chief Lord Chadlington steps down as Huntsworth disappoints shareholders

Back in April 2013 Chinese PR-based marcoms contender Blue Focus bought a 20 per cent stake in Lord Chadlington’s quoted PR business Huntsworth for a chunky £36.5m. Today it was announced that Chadlington (Peter Gummer as was, left) is to ...

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Is PR these days just about lying for the highest bidder? Here’s Israel’s Mark Regev talking to Fox News…

Mark Regev, the spokesman the Israel government wheels out when things get really hot, has been on the airwaves recently as various bodies, including the United Nations, despair of Israel’s ruthless assault on the Palestinians in Gaza. Here he is ...

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Pro-Union London adfolk get their sporrans in a twist

The date of the Scottish referendum to decide whether Caledonia remains part of the UK (to which it was welded in 1707, without the whole-hearted agreement of many Scots) is September 18. And lots of UK business people (many based ...

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“They all knew about it” says News of the World’s Thurlbeck as he speaks after phone hacking verdicts

It was, indeed, “slightly sad,” as phone hacking trail judge Lord Justice Saunders remarked, that former New of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck (left, who pleaded guilty to phone hacking along with some NoW colleagues) had chosen to give ...

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