COMMENT: LETTERS: No secret about the best man for the job

I am reliably informed by sources allegedly close to the Palace that I am the mystery unnamed potential chief lecturer ‘who nearly came to brief prominence’ referred to by Max Clifford in his Judge and Jury piece on a Royal Virgin PR school (PR Week, 1 December). If mistaken, I’d like to apply for the position. Even better I could sponsor the whole academic complex - but on one condition and that is that Max must finally retire from the public gaze to a home on the campus for ageing publicists.

I am reliably informed by sources allegedly close to the Palace that I

am the mystery unnamed potential chief lecturer ‘who nearly came to

brief prominence’ referred to by Max Clifford in his Judge and Jury

piece on a Royal Virgin PR school (PR Week, 1 December). If mistaken,

I’d like to apply for the position. Even better I could sponsor the

whole academic complex - but on one condition and that is that Max must

finally retire from the public gaze to a home on the campus for ageing

publicists.



Quentin Bell, Chairman, The Quentin Bell Organisation, London WC2



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