The spokesman also failed to mention that SFO lawyers/investigators often have a severe conflict of interest; for no common-sense rule exists which prevents them from leaving law enforcement to take much-more highly-paid jobs in the private sector.
Even the briefest examination of the quantifiable evidence, reveals that the 'Serious Fraud Office,' has been an abject failure, whilst the organization's impressive-sounding 'mission statement,' could have come straight out of George Orwell's 'Nineteen Eighty-Four.'
|Danny Alexander MP|
In the light of all these facts, what exactly did he mean, when Chief Secretary to the UK Treasury, Danny Alexander MP (b. 1972), said yesterday (apparently, fully-awake, sober and in all seriousness) that he was delighted to hear that the SFO will be launching an investigation of the 'rate-fixing' scandal?