Flack

1. Crossrail has made lots of people, er, cross. PHA Media, Amazing Media and Kazoo are among 60 businesses that have been turfed out of Soho's Dean Street as construction gets under way. Phil Hall's agency has written to Mayor Boris Johnson, demanding fair compensation.

2. Movember is now officially over. Iris PR staff are to be commended for their fancy dress effort at the London party for the charity 'grow-a-mo-athon' last Friday. We understand agency director Bill McIntyre's aviator look was chosen purely for the thick jacket to keep him warm while working the door. Clever lad.

3. Deliberate PR founder Benjamin Webb is pleased his PR campaign for Kings Place - which kicked off on St Andrews Day, asking the public to design a tartan for London - will make his mum proud. 'My mother is of Scottish extraction, and will probably be more impressed by this than anything else I have devised in the past couple of years,' he said.

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