It’s been a tough couple of months for me. From self-isolation, to a positive diagnosis of coronavirus, to an extended stay at the hospital. However, I’m not pleased to say I am back and fighting fit! First off, I must extend my heartfelt thanks to all those people who cared for me and help me overcome this dreaded virus. I’d like to thank all the doctors and nurses, all the support and administration staff and everyone involved in the project at NHS Nightingale Manchester. You guys on the frontline of the war against coronavirus are our heroes and we are safe in the knowledge that you are doing as fantastic a job as always. From the bottom of my heart and from my family and friends, I want to thank you.
During my absence, I’ve been pleased to hear, the team at Manchester F1 Productions has been working hard. They’ve dissected our latest project and determined which parts of production we can commence, while observing social distancing rules and regulations. With some ingenuity and skill, we’re estimating we can continue with around 60% of the production, despite the lockdown and social distancing measures being in place. I’m also reassured by the fact that no one has tested positive for coronavirus, after F1 Productions ordered tests for the entire cast and crew. It’s been long and tough, but together we’ll be able to beat this coronavirus.
Finally, I can now reveal that the One Formula Projects LLP movie remake will be entitled The Tax Fraud of the Century. We’ve kept it under wraps for long enough and with production being delayed, it’s the least we can offer fans by way of recompense. We’ve plan a detailed exposition into the lives, decisions and influences on the people behind what investigators called ‘the tax fraud of the century.’ In this movie, no expense is being spared!