Flack

1. Flack wonders if Westminster City Council's director of comms Alex Aiken has a guilty secret. A cardboard Dolly Parton cut-out has been spotted in the City of Westminster office. But Aiken denied that he was a fan, insisting the cut-out was 'a bizarre Christmas gift from Essex Council'.

2. John Sergeant's Strictly Come Dancing partner Kristina Rihanoff - yes, the girl that was dragged along the floor - has taken on EdenCancan to build up her UK profile. Maybe she needs a new 'walrus'?

3. Last week we wrote that Custard PR had lost its fish Winkle. It has since emerged that Golin Harris' two fish met the same fate. The fish were beaten up by 'Chunk', the fattest fish in the tank, explained co-MD Europe Matt Neale. 'To keep order, we bought a red-tailed shark "Big-Al". Since he's been on patrol there have been no more deaths,' he beamed.

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