Regrets, we've had a few, in fact, too many to remember

Hindsight is a wonderful thing. It makes life so easy if you can comment on an issue or initiative when the results are known. It enables you to criticise the decision making process, declare you would have done it differently, act as though you have all the answers and pretend that you are much wiser than those who made the original plan.

It is an innate skill of journalists, politicians, media pundits and second-rate management. It has spawned the well-used weapon of the hardened cynic of

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