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Confusion over retrospective rules

The article, Pledge to end retrospective rules regime, seems to be diametrically opposed to the news that Mr Davies is extending the “statute of limitation” rules for endowment complainants.

Perhaps he does not understand what retrospective rules regime actually means.

Perhaps he is trying to appease Ms McKechnie at the Consumers&#39 Association – plenty of hits but not enough complaints.

It is a tough life when you are trying to justify your existence.

Terence O&#39Halloran

O&#39Halloran & Co, Lincoln

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