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Companies rarely get attention for managing their information well, but when companies mismanage their records, it most likely will make national news.
Southport Lib Dem MP John Pugh said: "It appears that whatever the Home Office can mismanage, it does mismanage.
The public and the industry would suffer dire ramifications if Washington is allowed to mismanage the regulation of insurance.
TONY Blair is no cowboy, the only cowboys are the SNP who would mismanage the economy of Scotland by an over-dependency on oil if they ever came to power.