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Tesco close to £100m deal to avoid prosecution

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11 minutes ago, interestrateripoff said:

Yes but he was one of the little people and had to be made an example of.  

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Wonder if a few of the proverbial brown envelopes have changed hands??

 

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2 hours ago, One-percent said:

Yes but he was one of the little people and had to be made an example of.  

Cameron went on and on about that for the water stealers.

It might have been because he considered it to be above their station.

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42 minutes ago, billybong said:

Cameron went on and about that for the water stealers.

It might have been because he considered it to be above their station.

Sending the message loud and clear billy.  

Meanwhile if you are big business and fail to win the tender, you will be handsomely rewarded

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39403615

 

 

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21 minutes ago, One-percent said:

Sending the message loud and clear billy.  

Meanwhile if you are big business and fail to win the tender, you will be handsomely rewarded

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39403615

 

 

Indeed he was sending the message loud and clear.  Apparently not a sound when the corporates cheat hundreds of millions.

So it looks as if the taxpayer is going to have to cough up rather than the company that made the errors or the insurer that you would think would be paid to cover that sort of risk.  I guess taxpayer covers all risks these days - sometimes you might think that errors might even be intentional to guarantee a hefty payout for virtually no work.

At least there's going to be an enquiry to sweep it all under the carpet.

Then the decommissioning work still has to be done :rolleyes:

Jobs all round for the boys.

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10 minutes ago, billybong said:

Indeed he was sending the message loud and clear.  Apparently not a sound when the corporates cheat hundreds of millions.

So it looks as if the taxpayer is going to have to cough up rather than the company that made the errors or the insurer that you would think would be paid to cover that sort of risk.  I guess taxpayer covers all risks these days - sometimes you might think that errors might even be intentional to guarantee a hefty payout for virtually no work.

At least there's going to be an enquiry to sweep it all under the carpet.

Then the decommissioning work still has to be done :rolleyes:

Jobs all round for the boys.

Chin chin old boy, trebles all round. B)  same as it ever was. 

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