Just recently I was recommending Sunday as a quiet day for PR news announcements.
But not any Sunday. Yesterday saw Tony Blair being treated for a heart condition, another derailment on the London Underground, David Blaine emerging from his box, and new revelations about the fatal car crash involving Diana, Princess of Wales.
Yet the most significant news story from the weekend may turn out to be the power struggle between the shareholders and directors of TV company Carlton. The BBC’s Jeff Randall thinks the shareholders are sure to prevail. But Carlton appears to have called in PR heavyweight Alan Parker.