they have to say that otherwise they could be misleading investors if the deal doesn't come off. Only those involved in the actual deal will know the chances of success. Its a gamble eitherway now but the win scenario isn't very rosey in my opinion.
My holding was over £100,000 how can a company with the partners fully funded projects with total and ineos do so badly well the previous board didn't help matters plus the F word it would be easier to get king herod to pass as a baby sitter
If IGAS ever gets going the government has helpfully allowed courts to remove the costs caps on environmental claims where appropriate. i.e. claims without merit. the introduction of these rules has been mentioned on here in the past but they came into force yesterday.
Friends of Earth want judicial review. "James Thornton, chief executive of ClientEarth, said: “The new rules spell disaster for the environment. With no certainty on costs, who will put their finances, perhaps even their house, at risk to bring a case?"
They have little prospects of success with a Judicial Review IMO.
Looks like the BOD did another great job here parting the herd of gullible 'investors' with there hard earned once again. Have the BOD played a blinder ! (I think so) It seems they have invested all the investors money straight down one of there disgusting frack holes, whilst doing very nicely for themselves. You can't say you were not warned. Always the same in this fraudulent system. Same $hit different but hole. Pedo prime minsters anyone :-) LOL
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