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Bad Seed

The biggest fraud in a competitive field of PR dictums is the one coined by Warren Buffet, who said: “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.”

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Cowboys and Vegetarians

The meat and dairy industry declared its beef with the vegetarian movement this week, as it published a report on the growing number of vegans, flexitarians and plant-based food converts.

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Over the rainbow

Thousands of people will descend on London tomorrow for the Pride in London parade, an annual celebration of the LGBTQ+ community.  Yet what began decades ago as a political protest movement is again under attack for creeping corporatisation

Michael Cohen

Same old Swamp

An extraordinary week for Novartis and AT&T as it emerges that they have been paying hundreds of thousands of dollars into a shell company owned and operated by President Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen. Plus Goodwood Racecourse

Brickbats

Nigel Fairbrass takes a look at the troubles of Bovis Homes, who got a carpeting this week courtesy of an exposé by Andrew Ellson, consumer correspondent at The Times.  And recycling Michael Gove.

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What’s on your mind, Mark?

Mark Zuckerberg updated his status this week, from putative presidential candidate to public enemy number one. And the Holy See in hot water over doctoring a private letter #releasetheletter

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Gooner, going, gone

This week, does Arsene Wenger need to show more emotion as much as his team need to score more goals - Greggs revels in its clarity of purpose - trust in the medical profession

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Signal failure

This week - Stagecoach responds to East Coast franchise troubles - Freemasons' discrimination claims - Rocket Man Elon Musk

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Better call security

Whether increasing demand for private security is driven by a fear of crime or crime itself, it’s a bitter irony that an industry which is nominally there to offer the public protection is too often considered to be part of