Thoughts on ISIS, Charlie Sheen and John Lewis: PRWeek's Quotes of the Month

There were plenty of issues to talk about during November, from the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris through to Charlie Sheen announcing he was HIV positive, the launch of multiple Christmas campaigns and the demise of the lads' mag.

We kick off with Andrew Neil's superb monologue dissecting the ideology of ISIS. If you haven't seen it, this is two minutes well spent:


Charlie Sheen’s publicist Larry Solters spoke to PRWeek after the actor confirmed he is HIV positive:


Patrick Rea, comms director at traumatic stress charity PTSD Resolution, following the Paris attacks:


Heidi Myers, comms director for Meltwater, on getting to grips with Singles’ Day:


Guto Harri took a shot at The Guardian when explaining his decision to leave News UK:


Dan Neale, co-founder of Alfred, on the demise of FHM and Zoo:


Ned Ellison, account executive at Haggie Partners, talked about the role of junior PRs in his 'Death to the PR Stereotype' piece:


Victoria Ruffy, partner at Little Red Rooster, on why Twitter is a good measurement tool:





Boris Johnson on the news UK cinemas will not show an advert featuring the Lord’s Prayer before Star Wars:


Chris Hides, MD London of M&C Saatchi PR, on why being talked about at Christmas is good for retailers:






Frankie Oliver, freelance consultant, waxed lyrical about the John Lewis campaign:

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