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Is There Still A Gagging Order On Northern Rock?

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/press/the-untold-story-of-gagging-orders-2288607.html

Orders have also been granted to at least seven major companies, including the publicly owned bank Northern Rock. The orders, some of which are permanent and some temporary, prevent publication of allegations about their commercial affairs.

Still at least the public didn't spend billions bailing them out, so therefore have no right to know. Amazing that our politicians still think it's right to keep this a secret from the public even though it's owned by the govt.

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Still at least the public didn't spend billions bailing them out, so therefore have no right to know. Amazing that our politicians still think it's right to keep this a secret from the public even though it's owned by the govt.

Secrecy is the enemy of trust.

Everytime someone keeps something secret, you know something bad is being covered up.

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Still at least the public didn't spend billions bailing them out, so therefore have no right to know. Amazing that our politicians still think it's right to keep this a secret from the public even though it's owned by the govt.

What's not to know about the Rock? They fvcked up, experienced a bank run, and have been bailed out by the taxpayer.

Any other details at this point are purely going single out individuals.

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What's not to know about the Rock? They fvcked up, experienced a bank run, and have been bailed out by the taxpayer.

Any other details at this point are purely going single out individuals.

And the problem with that is?

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