Flack: Party invites

Christmas party invites are starting to land on Flack's desk. Good for Fishburn Hedges sticking two fingers up to austerity with a 'prohibition' party theme.

'Word on the street is there's a party being cooked up by the notorious Hedges' gang (led by Neil Hedges), in defiance of the ban on partying being enforced across the City', stated the invite, which also promised 'moonshine' (aka Cava) ...

Bottle PR has revealed new statistics that PROs and journalists are the UK's worst insomniacs, with nearly three-quarters (73.5 per cent) having problems getting to sleep, or waking in the wee hours at least once a week. Worries include 'work stress, debt, fear of losing their job and a heavy workload,' said the release. Dark times - enough to drive you to the Bottle ...

Flack is still suffering a sore head thanks to the welcome we received at the CIPR Yorkshire & Humber PRide Awards. Highlights included a dozen partygoers seated on the floor doing the rowing dance to Oops Upside Your Head, and TheBusinessDesk.com deputy editor Ian Briggs being greeted by male wolf whistles when he took to the stage to present an award. A big hit, clearly ...

No wonder Terry-Anne Golko claims she's made more cash from complaining than from her job as a comms officer at NHS East of England. The Daily Mail reported the 'queen of complainers' has made 'tens of thousands' from compensation claims.

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