What is it about Myners, 'in the pits', not knowing when to stop digging? According to the Times we have a classic example.
Following the Treasury Select Committee hearing last Tuesday, we now have Sir Tom McKillop - the RBS former chairman - disputing the 'evidence' given by Myners, and offering to reappear before the committee with fresh evidence of his own.
What is obvious is that we have not heard the whole, or last, of this story. Knowing that, eventually, the full facts will emerge why cannot those involved 'come clean' straight away?
But that would not be 'in the public interest' - now would it?
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