The last two editions of Accountancy Age (17th & 24th May) contained letters on your letter page supporting the restructuring proposals.
You have not published letters expounding a contrary view although I know you have received at least one. Also, your article on the subject (page 3, 24 May) was heavily weighted in favour of the institute view.
Do I detect the long arm of the institute interfering with your editorial independence?
David Lewis, via email
Editor’s note: We have unbiasedly reported the views of all parties involved in our coverage of this issue. May I suggest you look at the following articles (page 2, 17 May; page 1, 10 May; page 1, 26 April). Our opinion page in this issue also presents both sides of the argument.
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