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As so many of you here love to post Daily Mail articles, thought you might like this one....

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2010/jan/28/daily-mail-general-trust-share

That's the same Daily Mail who's CEO is a non-dom while at the same time churn out endless "articles" about fat cats,the feckless, scroungers etc.....can you join the dots people ? or does the conditioning run too deep ?

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I think that's called editorial independence, you can write about things even if they make your owners look bad.

"editorial independence", you are a comedian right ? that would be why the mail is littered with articles about non-doms and tax avoidance, right ? or that when they talk about fat cats, t's always "other" fat cats.

psst... I have a bridge I would like to sell you.

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"editorial independence", you are a comedian right ? that would be why the mail is littered with articles about non-doms and tax avoidance, right ? or that when they talk about fat cats, t's always "other" fat cats.

psst... I have a bridge I would like to sell you.

Are you sure it's not a football club?

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Not sure why January 2010 press release is suddenly news, when the shareholders ignored it and remuneration was voted in.

I don't think anyone listens to PIRC press releases, they've probably got one for every FTSE 250 company all saying the same thing and all being ignored byt he shareholders.

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