Anyway, this week all that nastiness has been forgotten. The two men have agreed to sign up for Nabs' Mayday Pay Day - where staff in agencies donate the money they would have earned on the 6 May bank holiday to the charity.
Figures for one day's pay for the year 2000 put Sorrell's daily salary and fees at roughly £2,340 and Ingram's salary at £948. If it includes bonuses, the figures leap to £5,907 and £1,547 respectively. Either way (and allowing for Campaign's useless way with figures), it's good to see those at the top of the business putting their money where their good intentions are.