Celebrity push for Advice Week

The Citizens Advice Bureau has for the first time enlisted celebrity support to promote its upcoming Advice Week.

Well-known figures inc­luding Piers Morgan and Fantastic Four star Ioan Gruffudd have signed up to help the charity raise awareness of the importance of giving and receiving advice. 

‘It has been really interesting to hear the advice people have received and the advice they want to pass on to others,’ said the bureau’s head of media Sarah Miller.

However, not all the advice proffered is entirely serious, as Piers Morgan’s counsel attests. The former Mirror editor is quoted saying: ‘Never try and work with a hangover, get out of trouble as fast as you can, and always remember that one day you’re the cock of the walk, the next you’re a
feather duster.’

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