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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew Steeples Our editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Keeping bankers out of the kitchen

The Steeple Times features in The Sunday Telegraph

 

Yesterday, we received our first mainstream press mention with a feature in The Sunday Telegraph’s “Dashwood” column.

 

The Sunday Telegraph’s “Dashwood” features The Steeple Times
Anna White’s article

Anna White picked up on a comment on Gina Miller’s open letter to our title from the chef and personality Antony Worrall Thompson and since we’ve also received similar messages from fellow restaurateurs Peter Burrell, Rex Leyland and Michael Proudlock.

 

Plainly restaurateurs have more to say about the banking scandal than the bankers themselves. I salute them, Gina Miller and The Sunday Telegraph.

 

Read Gina Miller’s open letter at: http://thesteepletimes.com/the-fog/an-open-letter-from-gina-miller/

 

Read the article at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/citydiary/9417357/Dashwood-Celebrity-chef-gives-food-for-thought.html

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