The Bell Pottinger Public Affairs boss was spotted defiantly besuited lunching at Daphne's in Kensington the day after his Soho House suspension. But is his next gastronomic destination The Woolpack in Emmerdale? The London Evening Standard certainly thinks so after unintentionally rechristening him 'Peter Dingle' ... At a Media Trust seminar last Thursday, Sky News anchor Adam Boulton took an almighty bite from the hand that could well end up feeding him. Risking the wrath of Rupert, he noted that NewsCorp had handled the phone-hacking debacle 'appallingly badly'. But keen to distance BSkyB from the Murdoch empire, he mentioned that his employer had been in the news lately 'largely because nothing has happened to us' ... Disney, the purveyor of childhood magic, has launched a campaign aiming to collect a million memories from the public to raise £1m for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Celebs divulging their childhood Disney memories include Michael Cane, Richard E Grant and Lewis Hamilton. The Daily Telegraph's Amanda Andrews admitted to a phobia of red apples to this day thanks to Snow White. Conversely, Flack distinctly remembers developing its taste for venison during a screening of Bambi.
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John Doe has been hired by Project Zoltar, the creative collective covering fashion and art spearheaded by Dan Macmillan and Kieron Livingstone.
Olympic diver Tom Daley this week shot a highly personal video message revealing he was in a relationship with a man.
Ali Gee, the former Edelman planning chief who has just been handed the role of driving the integration of the three agencies in the Fishburn Hedges Group, is the right woman for the job, according to former clients.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls can recover from his faltering performance in Parliament yesterday, but the content of his argument could be more of a problem, public affairs experts have said.