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I have no qualms in agreeing with this. My only proviso is are they using the column to attract in non subscribers?

Hi Paul, I too value your column greatly. It is a shame that people have to be so objectionable and I wish they would understand contexts a little bit more. In reply to JohnSmith68, my reading was that the chap was a subscriber and he felt he wasn't getting enough for his money. My message to him is understand before you start criticising. Anyway enjoy…

Thank you for the interview Paul. Very good. I am not sure anything new came out of it but always good to hear management and their views and of course their consistency. I haven't bought as of yet as I don't have your expertise in this field and feel nervous about a company with no profits, which is clearly supported by share holders. I suspect…

Graham, Paul, very useful thank you.I do like the way you bounce off each other. Clearly different investors, both with good insights. I know the story on Intercede now which is in your portfolio, Paul. I was quite pleased with last results which showed some progress under the new CEO, i recall revenues up 14% and costs coming down. However was surprised at the share…

Given the following one has to ask "so what confidence can investors take from an audit by Grant Thornton", n.b. Patisserie Valerie. Grant Thornton’s new chief exec has told MPs that current audit procedures are not structured to spot fraud, merely to say whether company accounts are “reasonable”. David Dunckley’s questioning saw the BEIS committee’s future of audit enquiry finally sputter into life after a…

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