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Judge a PR’s ethics by their actions, not by their client list

I was reading this Paul Holmes’ piece in the Holmes Report in which he argues that everyone, no matter how distasteful, or morally repugnant their position, has a right to conduct public relations and advocacy campaigns. “Far better to engage, … Continue reading

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Wikilieaks is dead(ish) – now to count the cost…

A couple of weeks ago I wrote my own commentary on the extradition proceedings against Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange. Here I predicted four possible outcomes, one being that Assange would be released by the UK courts to seek asylum in … Continue reading

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Assange vs Sweden – a case study for litigation support PR?

Later today (May 30, 2012) the UK Supreme Court will judge on Julian Assange’s appeal against extradition to Sweden on serious sexual assault charges against two different women. (NB this was written yesterday evening and published this morning privately prior … Continue reading

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