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Politicians aren’t the only ones capable of being embarrassed by unruly associates. After Euro RSCG Wnek Gosper defected to Ken Livingstone and Saatchi & Saatchi decided to take a bite out of Tony Blair in a Multiple Sclerosis Society ad, TBWA GGT Simons Palmer must have thought its odds of landing the Labour general election account were shortening nicely. Now TBWA will be hoping that the Millbank mafia have a healthy sense of humour - or that they don’t read Time Out too carefully.

Politicians aren’t the only ones capable of being embarrassed by

unruly associates. After Euro RSCG Wnek Gosper defected to Ken

Livingstone and Saatchi & Saatchi decided to take a bite out of Tony

Blair in a Multiple Sclerosis Society ad, TBWA GGT Simons Palmer must

have thought its odds of landing the Labour general election account

were shortening nicely. Now TBWA will be hoping that the Millbank mafia

have a healthy sense of humour - or that they don’t read Time Out too

carefully.



When the magazine prompted Trevor Beattie’s sometime PR guru Mark

Borkowski to offer some slogans for Red Ken’s insurgent mayoral

campaign, he went far beyond the recommended brief.



Neither Tony Blair nor Frank Dobson could have been too happy to read

remarks such as ’If Ken can’t, which c*** can’ and ’Don’t put London in

the hands of a hamster’ in this week’s issue



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