Chris Jones: Regrets, I've had a few

But then again, too few to mention

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Chris Jones: "In the past, ‘proportionality' has meant that the standards applied to larger firms have not been required of smaller firms, but that no longer seems to be the case. Whether directly or indirectly, this is cascading down to everyone."
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Chris Jones: "In the past, ‘proportionality' has meant that the standards applied to larger firms have not been required of smaller firms, but that no longer seems to be the case. Whether directly or indirectly, this is cascading down to everyone."

Chris Jones explores regret, compliance and house renovations

My house is currently being renovated, and I have moved out and handed over the keys, the house and its future to a builder. The extent to which that was a good idea is yet to be seen. I have in my...

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