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According to Legal Futures, Mr Tinkler, of Clifford Chance, said that "It was important in upholding trust in the regulator that it acted reasonably, and was seen to be accountable where it did not do so.”

That's not actually the law, is it? Isn't it meant to be a shambles from start to finish? Rather than working backwards from the result?

Bit depressing if Clifford Chance cannot get the law right.

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