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March 04, 2009


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Stuart Bruce - Wolfstar

Good analysis. In a classic 'crisis management' scenario an apology is frequently the right thing to do, but ONLY if it is genuine and sincere, not simply part of the 'comms strategy'.

It needs to be credible and for GB to apologise at this stage is simply wouldn't be.

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