LETTER : Briefly

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The Independent Online
You attributed much of the success of Britain's "fastest growing privately owned business" to Ernest Saunders, and apostrophised him as "the disgraced former Guinness chairman" ("Small wonder", Business, 28 April). Is it fair that a man who has paid his dues and is making a success of his life should be described as "disgraced" whenever his name is mentioned?

Egon Ronay, London SW3