Archive for alan sugar
Next month sees the publication of two books I’ve been involved with – 101 Ways To Win An Election, which I’ve co-written with Ed Maxfield, and also a PR book about social media: Share This. It’s been put together via the auspices of the CIPR, using a stellar list of contributors from the UK PR [...]
From the BBC: Labour peer Lord Sugar has urged people not to vote for his party’s candidate Ken Livingstone. The peer defied Labour leader Ed Miliband by telling his 1.8 million followers on Twitter not to back the former mayor’s bid for re-election. “I seriously suggest NO ONE votes for Livingstone in the Mayoral elections,” [...]
Earlier this month I blogged about the questions over a story run by The Sun claiming that the likes of Alan Sugar were being targeted by terrorists. There were two problems with the story: first, the initial discussion looked to be one purely about running a polite letter-writing campaign, and second, the subsequent inflammatory comments [...]
Terrorists target Alan Sugar – or freelance journalist goes undercover and winds up polite letter-writers?
The Sun – Tabloid Lies blog has a demolition of The Sun’s story that Alan Sugar is being threatened by terrorists: The Sun today has an exclusive: TERROR TARGET SUGAR their front page shrieks, with EXTREMIST THREAT TO UK JEWS in a banner above it… However, all is not as it seems for not only [...]