Thursday, February 12, 2009

Lets see how high the rot goes

Gordon Brown to be questioned on economy by senior MPs

Mr Brown may also be asked to comment on the row which on Wednesday prompted the resignation of Sir James Crosby, the deputy chairman of the Financial Services Authority and a former adviser to Mr Brown.

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3 thoughts on “Lets see how high the rot goes

  • farce for the cameras

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  • I think I’ve figured out what’s happened here – it’s just a misunderstanding….
    Gordo approached Crosby about the FSA job because of “his experience” thinking that if this guy has almost brought a bank to it’s knees he will know the pitfalls to avoid and make sure nobody else makes the same mistakes he did…
    Crosby, having been told he’s been hired because of “his experience” thinks Gordo wants the whole banking system brought down so sets off with clear objectives…
    Crosby has just had his Annual review and the misunderstanding has become apparent… that’s what really happened.

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  • @2 Tt – Very funny! Seriously though, their annual appraisals and KPIs should become public record now!

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