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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Labour MP Clive Betts said: "Despite pledging to cut the number of spin doctors, the Tory-led Government is spending hundreds of thousands on new PR jobs.
A SNP spokesman said: "To lose one spin doctor may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two is carelessness.
He said: "The PR industry has decided to take on this mantle of being spin doctors but we are not all in politics and therefore shouldn't associate ourselves with that title.
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Well if that's the case how come the Government can pay their spin doctors better than some EU prime ministers?
All SHAs employ a head of communications, with nine of the ten authorities including spin doctors on their executive board.
Transport Secretary Phil Hammond also wants a chief spin doctor on up to pounds 80,000 and Health Secretary Andrew Lansley wants experts to sell his NHS reforms.
The studio guest was spin doctor Alastair Campbell.