Just caught sight of your article on Blind Date (Taking Stock, 5 April).
Thought you might like to know I have now been so traumatised by the press attention, I have emigrated to France to lead the life of anonymity in Paris!
I can, however, exclusively reveal that being an accountant is no longer the social handicap it once was, and that Lisa and I are now great friends.
(Although romance is a bit difficult as I’m working all hours, hence I am writing this e-mail at 12.30am, while trying to finish a report.) Thanks for your kind comment in Accountancy Age (better than some I’ve had), glad to see there is more than just FRSs and other technical stuff in an accountancy magazine.
Alastair Murray, Bank of Scotland.
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