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Sherlock Strikes Back

Neil Sherlock has spoken. Readers will remember TS noting
that Neil, a head regulatory honcho at KPMG, had run against Boris Johnson in
the 1980s for the presidency of the Oxford Union. Neil won. Tim Hames, the
Times writer, mentioned the battle in his column, adding in relation to
Sherlock’s current role: ‘How the mighty are fallen.’

Sherlock has issued a
retort: ‘[Tim] is a very amusing man. Perhaps he was merely implying that being
a partner doesn’t quite hit the public highlights of running for mayor.’

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