The BANKER FRED GOODWIN has got a SUPERINJUNCTION to prevent the papers from even calling him a *anker
But what exactly is the point of the super in the SUPERinjunction?
It is to prevent the media from even saying that there is an injunction, however, luckily mps can ask about why there is a superinjunction in parliament and then the papers can mention that there is one and (from the looks of the way the telegraph has written thier article) mention stuff that is already out there about the person who has something to hide....actually if you look at the article or the extract from the article below, you will notice that the telegraph mention entirely unecessary info about FRED THE BANKER (like that hes been married 'to Joyce for 20 years') which indicates that the telegraph is really annoyed that it cant dish the dirt that is obviously available.
Anyone any idea what it is that BANKER FRED GOODWIN is trying to hide?
"Sir Fred, nicknamed "Fred the Shred" for his management style, presided over the near-collapse of RBS, which needed a £20 billion bail-out by the taxpayer.
Married to his wife Joyce for more than 20 years, his house in Edinburgh was attacked by protesters after it was disclosed that he had retired on an annual pension of £703,000, which was later reduced to £342,000. The father of two also received a lump sum of almost £3?million. "