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Mohamed Fayed 4th time lucky

£325.00

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Privately produced by Tiny Rowland as part of his longrunning feud with Fayad. The slipcase reads, "The sixteen documents contained in this case give an account of the extraordinary story of Mohamed Fayed leading up to the takeover of House of Fraser. The master fraudster who was aided by Government Ministers, Senior Civil Servants and Merchant Bankers is exposed for what he is. Any one of the documents tells enough to persuade the reader that British citizenship should not be granted. Together, as each is read, they leave reader gasping with disbelief that Fayed has got away with so much for so long."

About 372 pages in total, across 16 parts. Each part is bound in glossy card covers, the whole contained in a presentation slip case. Externally just a couple of marks, internally apparently unread. The contents are bright and clean. "He is estimated to have spent pounds 100,000 on the exercise. His wife, Josie, said the documents cost "eight or ten pounds each. Tiny said the postage for each box cost ten pounds and twenty five pence. He likes to be accurate with money, you know. The point of doing it is that it's a whole new House of Commons and a new government. Tiny does not want to achieve anything. But the Government is considering Mr Fayed's passport application at the moment. These documents were researched and released over the space of two or three years in the 80s, so many people would not have seen them." The Independent, 7th Feb., 1998. An uncommon collection of material. The chapters or sections are titled; A Fool and His Money; Tax and How Not to Pay It; Borrow Your Way to A Bank; The Billion Pound Note; Cash Is King; Lester Got Prison, Fayed Got Harrods; A Hero From Zero: The Story of Kleinwort Benson and Mohamed Fayed; House of Commons 23rd January, 1989; Ignorance is Bliss: A Letter from Lord Chalfont; Sinking in Corruption; Golden Silence; In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division. Mr Justice Tudor Evans (In Chambers) Thursday 30th day of March 1989; Don't Hamper Me; Practise to Deceive; Sinking in a Sea of Debt; They Did it For Money.

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Author(s):
Tiny Rowland
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13 x8.5
Edition:
1st Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
372
Publisher:
Privately Published, c.1991
Title:
Mohamed Fayed 4th time lucky

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Privately produced by Tiny Rowland as part of his longrunning feud with Fayad. The slipcase reads, "The sixteen documents contained in this case give an account of the extraordinary story of Mohamed Fayed leading up to the takeover of House of Fraser. The master fraudster who was aided by Government Ministers, Senior Civil Servants and Merchant Bankers is exposed for what he is. Any one of the documents tells enough to persuade the reader that British citizenship should not be granted. Together, as each is read, they leave reader gasping with disbelief that Fayed has got away with so much for so long."

About 372 pages in total, across 16 parts. Each part is bound in glossy card covers, the whole contained in a presentation slip case. Externally just a couple of marks, internally apparently unread. The contents are bright and clean. "He is estimated to have spent pounds 100,000 on the exercise. His wife, Josie, said the documents cost "eight or ten pounds each. Tiny said the postage for each box cost ten pounds and twenty five pence. He likes to be accurate with money, you know. The point of doing it is that it's a whole new House of Commons and a new government. Tiny does not want to achieve anything. But the Government is considering Mr Fayed's passport application at the moment. These documents were researched and released over the space of two or three years in the 80s, so many people would not have seen them." The Independent, 7th Feb., 1998. An uncommon collection of material. The chapters or sections are titled; A Fool and His Money; Tax and How Not to Pay It; Borrow Your Way to A Bank; The Billion Pound Note; Cash Is King; Lester Got Prison, Fayed Got Harrods; A Hero From Zero: The Story of Kleinwort Benson and Mohamed Fayed; House of Commons 23rd January, 1989; Ignorance is Bliss: A Letter from Lord Chalfont; Sinking in Corruption; Golden Silence; In the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division. Mr Justice Tudor Evans (In Chambers) Thursday 30th day of March 1989; Don't Hamper Me; Practise to Deceive; Sinking in a Sea of Debt; They Did it For Money.

Author(s):
Tiny Rowland
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13 x8.5
Edition:
1st Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
372
Publisher:
Privately Published, c.1991
Title:
Mohamed Fayed 4th time lucky

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