the msm would have us believe that was the case with most Leave voters, who're all a bit thick, and now realise the error of their ways and would love the opportunity to change their vote.
Maybe after the "slaughter" we shall bear witness to a miraculous resurrection?Boro Boy wrote: ↑Thu May 21 2020 10:59amWhilst Richard has made no commitment to any form of advertising campaign and putting a budget into place for doing that, then anyone voting against Richards proposal is quite justified in doing so otherwise they could be considered lambs voting for their own slaughter as they are actually voting just to prolong the death throws of the company.
It is difficult to see how this wouldn't be a waste of money. Can you explain why it would be a good idea to promote imutual as it is right now? I personally cannot think of any reasons why it would be.
& a commitment that there will be a proper, open dialogue to reach a collective decision re how to move forwards would be good to see.
Result: the resolution to convert to a private company was passed with a 93.4% vote in favour as follows:
FOR: 101 members representing 1,080,774 shares
AGAINST: 15 members representing 76,523 shares
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