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Banks need to act with more grace

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He is the perfect candidate for a comic novel, Tim Sharpe would fit the bill as author.

Rather than being outraged I actually find him hilarious and think it's brilliant that with a bit of front, a decent suit and tie, and saying the right thing he managed to be a councillor, priest, and Chairman of a national bank all whilst off his tits on drugs and ordering up rent boys like most people order their groceries.

He's an obvious candidate for Big Brother etc. and a TV deal and panto season await.

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He was one the religous mag orog kn r4 - Sunday.

Some of egat he said was true - people like me are arrogant.

Very true. But there was do much spin and bs.

He was trying to claim that the coop bank was ok and needed new capital in thgpe future. Total bs . The coop bank was very undercapilised and was burning cash.

Then he said he was a director overseeing good givernance and he had people from the city giving him finsbcial advise. He either fid not understand it or his people ewere sh1t.

The coop board at the time of this looked like a collection of the clueless and unemployable.

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19 minutes ago, hotairmail said:

Is a defrocking a bit like having your umbrella turned inside out?

Yes...but also a fist needs to go through your bowler.

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Viz tells us all we need to now.

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