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Live updates from the AGM

Filed: Monday, 8th December 2003
By: Graeme Howlett

KUMB will be bringing you live updates from today's Annual General Meeting, where Chairman Terry Brown is expected to come under fire from angry shareholders.

We'll be bringing you all the latest - as it happens - from today's meeting, which kicks off at 11am.

The meeting promises to be a fiery affair, with Brown expected to be hauled across the coals by members of WHISTLE, the shareholders action group seeking to replace the current board.


Unfortunately our live updates cannot continue as the club have threatened us with legal action should we continue to provide them.

Instead we'll have a full round-up of the meeting for you later today.

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