DIARY: Ingram versus Sorrell contretemps takes to Woking Town website

Now that the media supremo Chris Ingram has finally cashed in his chips after 26 years and retired to at last, perhaps, take advantage of that apartment in Bournemouth he so famously splashed out on after the flotation of CIA, the platitudes keep flooding in to the website of Woking Town FC, the football club he bought last year.

However, eagle-eyed readers of Campaign have spotted that the site has recently been mysteriously removed for a little spring cleaning; for among the many sycophantic well-wishers from ex-colleagues, there has cropped up a rather mysterious cartoon.

Clearly referring to the long-running feud between Ingram and WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell, the cartoon reads: "Tempus fugit? (which, as any Latin scholar knows, means "Time flies?") and features what appears to be Tempus flying away from, er, a WPP gravestone. Surely this has to be the absolute last word on the matter?

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