Call it Cameron Clyne's 'Derby' moment.
At a council of war in that East Midlands city in 1745, Bonnie Prince Charlie had to concede that weak generalship, poor logistics and limited support put a march on London out of the question. In similar fashion National Australia Bank's chief executive Cameron Clyne decided last week that his plans for UK domination were over. It was time to concede defeat and retreat to his Scottish retail banking heartlands.
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