I enjoyed the article, entitled "Circus Maximus" in the Observer magazine yesterday about Max Clifford. However, the strapline was ridiculous. It said: "He's the most powerful man in tabloid Britain"
The article's writer Carole Cadwalladr kept quite objective throughout. So I suspect she did not write that strapline.
I just think of Rupert Murdoch, Sly Bailey and Viscount Harmsworth. They can sack editors, close down/buy/sell newspapers, close down printing presses etc etc
Can Max Clifford do any of that? Can he 'eck as like.
It speaks volumes that someone at the Observer has fallen for this man's line in self-publicity.