For the new insurance-centric management of Kinnect to have any chance of their own success, which I am sure they do have, they should have the past put officially behind them.

The only way might be for an urgent audit of the history of Kinnect and Project Blue Mountain, its predecessor, by recognised experts in this area.

This would inevitably have to lay some blame with regard to the original concept, and costs, but could also bring out the positive sides of what has been delivered. This would draw a line under the past and give Messrs. Haasz (chief executive)and Dawson (chairman) some leeway in their task.

Roger Foord