The point is, the cat is out of the bag, before us shareholders are again officially aware of it. We are not scuppering any plans or negotiations, far from it. BMR needs to look at who may be responsible for these leaks from within, as it certainly isn't the shareholders.
Chimey I agree what you are saying, we need to remain informed to a degree but what difference did us knowing about the Hunan deal make at the end of the day? Companies do deals all the time in the background, even companies in the ftse do deals without informing the market as it's just BAU. E.g do we get to hear every time a house builder buys a new field to build on or buys a fleet of JCB's? The press will always get wind of something before it happens if they do some digging, that's their job and sometimes it can benefit the share price. Cheers
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