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

Phorm suspends its shares from trading amid funding scrabble

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Re: "not be in the public interest" to prosecute Phorm

The ex cabinet minister on Phorm's board was ex Chancellor Norman Lamont, if I remember rightly.

There was an ex Labour minister on the BT board at the time.

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