Spin Doctor


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Vox populi noun A non-physician—political press agent or publicist—who puts a twist—‘spin’—on an issue or data to colour the results in such a way as to make data, an opinion or argument appear plausible verb To re-formulate or re-interpret information to make it more palatable or less controversial to the audience
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Sadly, CJ Puno has this perception of spin doctors that is not based on hard reality.
Her previous spin doctor, former Sunday Mail political editor Brian Lironi, quit after just six weeks.
The public don't trust spin doctors because they have become synonymous with lying," he says.
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Good advice doesn't come cheap, but pounds 23,000 for one consultant spin doctor has created a stink in the civic centre.