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The police watchdog has accused Scotland Yard of blurring professional boundaries, showing "poor judgment" and making "imprudent decisions" in hiring a former News of the World boss as a PR consultant.
Announcing his resignation yesterday, Sir Paul said he had taken the decision "as a consequence of the ongoing speculation and accusations relating to the Met's links with News International at a senior level" and also to Neil Wallis, the former tabloid executive turned PR consultant hired by him, who was arrested earlier.
Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis, 60, was taken on as a PR consultant to the Metropolitan Police, it emerged last night.
Biz Launchpad is a collaboration between web designer Rhys Taylor, PR consultant Claire Savage and graphic designer Sharon O''Brien, who all live in Denbighshire.
The embattled leader has drafted in PR consultant Mark Mortell - the occasional presenter of Newstalk Down to Business show.
Summary: PR consultant also alleges racial discrimination and harassment.
The PR activities of Combo Communications will be handled by senior PR consultant Julia Pawelczyk and PR consultant Roberto La Pietra in Munich as well as PR coordinator Dishna Schwarz, based in Frankfurt.
Dawn, 54, a PR consultant, said, "It's great experience for Carly to be in Miss Wales.
PR consultant Sarah Robinson and trainee solicitor Robert Whitehouse had not seen each other for almost 10 years when they met at a Princethorpe College reunion in October and decided they would enter the marathon.
NICOLA FERRIES gave up a career as a freelance PR consultant to get into the growing male grooming industry.
He had a deep understanding of both Western and Eastern ways of thinking, and I identify with this because I am a Western PR consultant in Thailand working for Thai companies.
Written by a PR consultant and a library director, this text explains how libraries can use marketing strategies to attract both funding and customers.