Flack: Flack's Week

This week came the revelation that PR Christmas parties are most likely to result in 'relations' between colleagues.

3 Monkeys commissioned the survey for TGI Friday's, and found a whopping 33 per cent of PROs admitted to taking post-party team building beyond the call of duty. In unrelated news, Flack has been furiously scanning its inbox for an Xmas invite from 3 Monkeys ...

As strikes swept across the land last week, a nation's thanks went out to the plucky people who filled the gaps - like David Cameron's press chief Gabby Bertin, who was reported to be manning a border post at Heathrow while guards went on strike. But one top hack smelled a rat - Independent foreign editor Archie Bland tweeted: 'Gosh, the way Bertin got two days' training to do one poxy shift on border control you'd almost think it was a stunt' ... TOWIE reality TV 'star' Mark Wright, who was runner up in I'm A Celebrity last weekend, has hired Hackford Jones to help him become a 'credible TV performer'. This comes just days after the BBC announced its upcoming Shakespeare Season. Coincidence? Let's hope so ... Hulse PR founder Stuart Hulse has written a quirky book of poetry called Is It That Bad? It features one peculiar ode to a 'PR girl', in which he drools over 'her lipstick perfect/and the bum rounded/challenging for a line'. Anyone particular in mind, Stuart?

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