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July 22nd, 2011 |
Well done Tom…man of the match so far
well done tom on your achievements
Keep going Mr Watson brilliant although watch our for smears these characters will try anything
ps I am from Liverpool and lost a student at Hillsborough it is of some comfort that Murdoch’s problems are mounting- I still cannot understand why the BBC invites McKenzie to appear on their programmes, would Richard Dimbley or James Cameron have given him the time of day ?
During the select committee hearings before the summer recess I was suprised that nobody asked the direct questions:
“Who lodged the file with H&L?”
“Who set their terms of reference for their review ?”
“Who at H&L was responsible for assessing the contents the file and was a peer review of this assessment performed?”.
As an engineer, I would not dream of issuing such a document without several layers of quality assurance and checking of: basis, methodology, uncertainties, conclusions and recommendations.
Lets hope this process will shed some light on the above.
Much respect and admiration for the tenacity and vigor with which you are pursuing this matter.
I was wondering if the SRA ever got anywhere with this investigation? I was reading a blog about the poor performance of the SRA in that 98% of complaints from the public about solicitors in 2009 didn’t lead to any sanctions. Hopefully you got a better response?
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