Submission of comment to this consultation was not made easy. Despite that my review of the 576 comments submitted suggests that 93 (at least) were based in the submission that my colleague Professor Adam Leaver of the University of Sheffield and I made early in in the consultation process.
Some of those commenting came directly from those whose names I recognise from this blog.
I appreciated the joint submission from Caroline Lucas MP and Clive Lewis MP (to evidence a nice bit of cross party working).
But I admit most came because Extinction Rebellion adopted the message that we were making.
But what this suggests is that about one in six of the submissions to the IFRS on this issue agreed on a number of key issues.
So, it’s a ramp, a deliberate attempt to crowd the IFRS consultation. Anyone know anyone inside that organisation who can be reminded of this? So as to apply the correct level of importance to these cookie cutter replies?