Tag Archives: Malcolm Combe

Some Links Well Worth Reading – 1st September – And Goodbye to Heaney and Frost

I know people can easily find good stuff themselves to read, but sometimes I come across something which I would heartily recommend, and ever more rarely, I manage to remember to do so!

So below are a few links to pieces which I think are well worth reading, for various reasons.

I hope you find them as interesting and thought-provoking as I did.

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Boycotts and a director’s duty to promote the success of a company – by Malcolm Combe

Who is Malcolm Combe? His blog biography reads as follows:-

Bachelor of Laws. Scots lawyer working at the University of Aberdeen. English qualified. Took far too long to write this bio. Blogs on legal issues and might veer into other purportedly intellectual stuff from time to time.

Tweets about legal issues, fitba and music @basedrones.

I do not propose to add to that except to say that his legal musings are always of excellent value, and he is far better at getting to the point than I ever am!

I would commend his blog, and his prolific Twitter feed to my readers. Continue reading


Filed under Charles Green, Companies Act 2006, Rangers