Opinion: Hinton wrangle adds to Bates’ woe

It’s Groundhog Day again at Bates UK, which faces yet another messy legal spat with one of its former top managers. First it was Andrew Cracknell and Paul Twivy, now it is Graham Hinton who is providing work for m’learned friends. For an agency that declares its troubles are in the past, another dispute of this kind is the last thing it needs.

It’s Groundhog Day again at Bates UK, which faces yet another messy

legal spat with one of its former top managers. First it was Andrew

Cracknell and Paul Twivy, now it is Graham Hinton who is providing work

for m’learned friends. For an agency that declares its troubles are in

the past, another dispute of this kind is the last thing it needs.



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