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I'm sorry to read of the above. May I clarify, in terms of what you refer to in respect of options available to you, do you ask in relation to what options are available to you personally or what options are available to you through your office in the society please?
Thank you. I note they say you have been "less than economical with the truth" when I assume they meant to say you have been economic with the truth as you say. To be less than economic with the truth logically is to be truthful. Semantics but potentially important if you were contemplating libel.
Objectively is there any basis to what they say at all? i.e. is there any argument as to what they refer to or is it entirely without merit?