‘Deemed undertaking’ blocks long awaited release of names

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From a previous posting

"We will find that Farm Products and its legal staff will interpret this order of the Tribunal much the same as they have interpreted the issue of a stay, Farm Products will do as it pleases and only provide limited, if any information. They are above the law"

Now we have Deemed Undertaking, this would make a good novel if it were not so far fetched.

Is was very disappointing to see the names and who they actual

Who they were and the percentage of the industry they actual represented

Therefor be it resolved that we stop interfering and leave the tribunal space to do their job.


please correct
spelling error
needs to read pigman

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