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Annual Dinner 1986

The following is the text of the speech given by Mr Graham Day, newly appointed Chairman of British Leyland, as principal guest at the Institution’s annual dinner held at Guildhall, City of London, on 9 May 1986. I was a little taken aback by the fanfare. Perhaps you should know that, before it took place, the toastmaster was checking my latest background. When he had completed that task he smiled at me and said, ‘For your sins’. Since then I have been busy trying to make a connection between my sinning, the fanfare, and my current responsibilities.