Best quotes of January 2016: Brexit, monkeys, Google talks tax and more

From Leave.EU saying it won't accept any money from Goldman Sachs to Andrew Marr on the future of newspapers, we round up the best one-liners of January.

Press statements from Brexit campaign leader Arron Banks are becoming boisterous:

Tony Spong, managing partner at pitch consultancy AAR, on marcoms’ challenge of reinvention:

Nothing to see here, Google EMEA comms VP Peter Barron tells the BBC:

...But shadow chancellor John McDonnell stuck the knife in:

Angie Moxham, founder of 3 Monkeys, on the return of Tristan Pineiro as head of consumer at the newly merged 3 Monkeys after three years as Grayling’s creative director:


George Hutchinson, partner at Teneo Strategy, pays tribute to Stuart Ross, head of news at TfL, who died in January at the age of 42:

David Roach, associate director at Cardew Group, unleashes fire and brimstone in response to Transparency International’s ‘Ten commandments of responsible lobbying’:

Never explain, explains Julian Henry, global head of comms at XIX Entertainment:

Jay Rayner, The Observer’s food critic, has some wise words:

Twitter talks about re-ordering users' timelines:

A Hewlett Packard Enterprise spokesman fights back after FT columnist Lucy Kellaway claims the firm had used its ad spent to threaten her:

Andrew Marr writing in The Guardian on the demise of The Independent - a former employer of the BBC man

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