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18 July 2011


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David Airey

So they invite you to test the car, then, regardless of what you might've said, they use a fictitious quote to increase sales?

Matt Laws

Still no need to put (the wrong) words in your mouth. Fortunately, PR fluff is pretty easy to spot.


I'm not surprised; we were interviewed by the Observer a while ago; it must have been a bit flat because they spiced things up by adding comments about french politics, that we never made during the interview; totally random and unrelated to the subject of the article. It was just to match the news at the time I guess. BAD.

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