7 May 2008


When I first heard this I presumed it had to be, just simply had to be an urban myth. But, so many of you are now insisting it’s the truth, perhaps there’s something to it after all. So here goes: someone (can’t say who) who has over the years been noted for the lively way in which they’ve performed their official role in the planning process (can’t say where) allegedly approached a local bank to see if it would be possible to set up an ultra secret bank account where transactions couldn’t be traced.


I can think of one explanation for why someone in planning might want to do this, but can anyone think of a more innocent reason?

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