Reply to post: "not be in the public interest" to prosecute Phorm

Phorm suspends its shares from trading amid funding scrabble

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"not be in the public interest" to prosecute Phorm

Out of interest, what's the regular meaning of this "not in the public interest"? Is it in plain English: they're guilty as hell, but it's run by our PM's younger brother so we're not listening, lah-lah-lah-lah-lah-lah? (or similar level of "public interest"). Or is it more like with the banks, too big to fail/fall, in which case it's not just one brother, but brothers, sisters, mates and pen-pals of a wider group around the top?

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