The FT carries this today: As an indication of the times it is pretty telling.
The Tories are not interested in audit reform: why upset their chums? And who cares anyway if the odd company goes to the wall because monopoly suppliers don't do their job properly?
Whilst let's make progress over private dinners.
I could summarise this by saying 'the chaps are back in town'.
And for those of a certain age, that's not a reference to Thin Lizzy's 'The boys are back in town': the contrast would be stark.