Thanks for your message - there certainly won't be a postponement of the AGM and if you yourself post on this website, I should be grateful if you would say so. I have spoken to Tom and explained to him that much of what he said was incorrect - he may in part at least accept this. Where he is right is in drawing attention to the fact that after so long we have not done a deal since Manas. I am embarrassed and displeased at this - I have put several up to the board that have been turrned down - some of these have gone on to be successfully funded elsewhere. I know I am seen as the key person at Leed but in fact it is a board of 3 and the others are Singapore based as is the only large active shareholder - Casop - with 9%. Casop has particular views on what is suitable for Leed and they have no experience of the London small cap market. I have done my best to with this situation without successfully influencing them. There is only one course of action left to me. Other shareholders spe ak for 91% of this company but cannot act together - which means that a 9% shareholder really has the say; that's how it works unfortunately. Peter Redmond
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