Thursday, July 30, 2009

John Laws, back on the radio this morning.

Wow! listen here.

It takes 10 minutes, but you'll get the idea as soon as he starts speaking to 3AW's Neil Mitchell.

No regret, no guilt, little self-awareness, ten years on.


Here was me back then:

"The Bankers Association says that bank fees aren't too high, while demonstrating that its members, if pressed, can rustle up $1 million, repeatedly, to pay the consultancy which employs John Laws. Put one way: one in every $1,400 that householders hand over in bank fees now apparently goes to the Laws consultancy. Put another way: some 10,000 Australian bank customers now pay their fees to the Laws organisation rather than to assist the running of the banks."


HT: Crikey