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  1. This is reported tday. David Cameron should have been statesmanlike. Instead he was partisan. His remark to Tory MPs that 'you should not be walking through the lobbies (i.e voting) with Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathisers' was unworthy of a British Prime Minister. BTW I think a militant exchange. One quote made it was idiotic and crass to say that. It demeans the reality of war. The insult not just aimed at JC but anybody who expresses doubt about the wisdom of bombing Syria. It applies to John Baron, a former British army officer who served in Northern Ireland when terrorism was at it's height. Mr Baron warned that in proposing this action, Britain risked repeating the errors of the past,and was setting out on a 'tragic and misguided path once more'. The office of labour MP Stella Creasy who was undecided ahead of the vote, was yesterday surrounded by a gang of thugs, forcing Ms Creasy to leave the Commons Chamber repeatedly to check that her staff were safe. Polls last night suggested around half of all British voters are opposed to the military adventure in Syria. If true, David Cameron just damned more than 20 million of his fellow citizens as 'terrorist sympathisers' on the basis they have not been convinced by his sales pitch? For that matter, the Prime Minister's remarks would also apply to the Daily Mail which warned last week that David Cameron has not yet convincingly made the case for war. Indeed, the epithet 'terrorist sympathiser' might also be applied to the many experts who are entirely unconvinced by David Cameron's claim that there are 70,000 moderate Syrians ready and willing to join the fight against IS on the ground.
  2. My favourite musician of all times a real gentleman. Saw many of his concerts when he visited the UK. No1 Forum
  3. Barclays has announced the appointment of Russell Collins to the post of executive leader of a review of the bank’s business practices prompted by the LIBOR manipulation scandal. As previously announced, the review is headed by ex-City lawyer, Anthony Salz, and the Boston Consulting Group has also been named as principal professional services provider. Mr Collins has now agreed to undertake the executive leader role and will be responsible for supporting Mr Salz in ensuring the execution of the work needed to complete the review. A former partner and UK vice chairman with Deloitte, he has more than 30 years’ experience in advising and auditing financial institutions. In addition, Mr Collins was previously chair of the Financial Services Practitioners Panel which advised the Financial Services Authority on banking sector regulations and practices. Link: http://www.bankingtimes.co.uk/2012/08/29/barclays-appoints-leader-of-libor-scandal-review/
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