Roma Newton, Kingscliff
How can the Convenor of ‘that’ dinner for 20 deny knowing what would be on offer on the menu?
It is normal protocol that at the time of booking, caterers discuss menu choices with the client. It defies belief that Mal Brough, or whoever booked on his behalf, was not given the choice of menu along with the costing per head.
Even if they did not ‘see’ the menu, they certainly would have been told what offerings were on it.
How unknowing do some politicians believe we, the public, are? Or are they so dumb they automatically presume they can bring us down to their level of dumbness?