The Distillery: Murray mistrust

Scribes question David Murray’s suitability to head the government’s financial inquiry, but one argues the inquiry's scope should bring success regardless.

The decision to appoint David Murray to head the government’s financial inquiry has the commentariat divided. On the one hand, he has plenty of experience and expertise in the sector but, on the other, there is the potential for bias given his strong links to the industry.

Most commentators veer to the latter in their opinions, but all scribes expect the inquiry to still amount to something of substance.

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