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February 09, 2013

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johnf

Do we really want the disgraced heads of the meat industry running our privatised NHS?

How long before we get granny burgers?

Ben Leeson

"No one in the company is responsible for communications as a full-time job. The company is not set up to manage a crisis." Not surprising given that consideration for their customers and the general public hasn't been the driving force behind their business. I'm guessing their main communication priority will be with their bankers to ensure they're not about to breach some covenants.

dsquared

Reading the story suggests that the private equity firm involved was responsible for the development of those mini weetabix with chocolate chips in them, however, and so I am prepared to forgive them more or less anything.

des von bladet

(Heh, we tell him it is chocolate.)

Meanwhile, I will be mostly launching a new range of "Mostly Mammalian Meat Products*

* may contain traces of lizard, or whatever"

Anyone anxious to invest?

Stephen

...I bet whoever it was at the banco de Vatican is regretting buying those shares in Findus...

chris y

...I bet whoever it was at the banco de Vatican is regretting buying those shares in Findus...

Damn right. He's had to resign.

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