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Letter was like complaining about the shape of pyramids

From M R Hird

The letter, ‘Paragon must change to become competive again’ (Mortgage Strategy, October 31) was like complaining about the shape of the pyramids.

When it comes to standards there are many so, as brokers, we have plenty of choice. But while making that choice I would take into consideration, as it would seem Paragon does, the words of Alan Paton: “Ask yourself not if this or that is expedient, but if it is right?”

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