Tim Bell, unabashed PR pioneer for Thatcher and other leaders, dies at 77
Mr. Bell counted among his clients dictators Alexander Lukashenko and Augusto Pinochet.
NEW YORK — Tim Bell, an irrepressible pioneer in the field of political public relations who helped Margaret Thatcher and Britain's Conservative Party win three elections, then advised an assortment of corporations, alleged criminals, and dictators including Chile's Augusto Pinochet, died Sunday at his home in London. He was 77.
His death was confirmed by his former business partner, Piers Potti...