Beware the swipe that follows the squirm

Paul Speller reflects on the fun that can be had when watching politicians wriggle and squirm under pressure. But, in the May edition of Business365, he warns that for the smaller jurisdictions such as the Isle of Man, you must beware the swipe that follows that squirm.

Grapevine MayAlso in the latest issue, Paul talks to fervent Liverpool supporter Keith Salmon. The interview was conducted prior to last week’s historical unlawful killing verdict in the inquest into the deaths of 96 fans at Hillsborough, but Keith talks openly about the tragedy and the effect it had on him.

You can read Business 365 online by clicking here.

Related articles:

Politics and the media: a study in narcissism

Local authorities come under the Grapevine microscope

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