Lord Browne taps Brunswick

LONDON: BP's embattled former chief executive Lord Browne has turned to Brunswick founder and chairman Alan Parker for personal PR support. The oil company head - who was forced to quit the company on Tuesday when it emerged that he had lied in court about a gay relationship - is also being advised by Brunswick partners David Yelland, former editor of The Sun, and Susan Gilchrist. The agency is believed to have been working behind the scenes for Browne for two months [Hannah Marriott and Sarah Robertson, PRWeek UK]

LONDON: BP's embattled former chief executive Lord Browne has turned to Brunswick founder and chairman Alan Parker for personal PR support. The oil company head - who was forced to quit the company on Tuesday when it emerged that he had lied in court about a gay relationship - is also being advised by Brunswick partners David Yelland, former editor of The Sun, and Susan Gilchrist. The agency is believed to have been working behind the scenes for Browne for two months [Hannah Marriott and Sarah Robertson, PRWeek UK]

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