DIARY: Max may be good, but unfortunately he can’t get away with murder

Max Clifford has contacted PR Week over its failure to report, until now, on the ’biggest PR campaign’ of the last ten days - the murder conviction of Norfolk farmer Tony Martin, who happens to be the great PR man’s client.

Max Clifford has contacted PR Week over its failure to report,

until now, on the ’biggest PR campaign’ of the last ten days - the

murder conviction of Norfolk farmer Tony Martin, who happens to be the

great PR man’s client.



He is disappointed because, he says, his campaign is an example of what

PR can achieve in a matter of days. ’It’s put pressure on politicians

and the police, and achieved massive coverage every day - all

orchestrated from a little office in New Bond Street,’ he rails.



Apart from that, he is very pleased with the way the whole campaign has

been going, and the massive amount of public support it has

generated.



Clifford is famous, among other things, for his less-than-favourable

views on the Conservative Party. But even Tory support is welcome in

this case. Commenting on Tory leader William Hague’s pledges on

overhauling self-defence laws, Clifford says: ’William Hague has

realised it’s a very good issue, and I’m happy for them to back my ideas

- as long as it’s them backing my ideas.’



He continues: ’He’s jumped on the Max Clifford bandwagon and for the

first time he’s getting positive coverage.’



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