Savers have reacted with fury over the news that Neil Woodford is making a comeback just 18 months after the stock picker’s investment fund went into meltdown with an investigation into the collapse

Savers have reacted with fury over the news that Neil Woodford is making a comeback just 18 months after the stock pickers investment fund went into meltdown with an investigation into the collapse still outstanding.
Woodford was criticised on investor bulletin boards yesterday after it emerged that he has set up a new investment management firm, WCM Partners, with his former chief executive Craig Newman. The Jersey-based business is offering advisory services to Acacia Research, a US-listed investment company that has bought assets sold in the liquidation of Woodfords collapsed Equity Income Fund (EIF).
In an interview with The Sunday Telegraph, Woodford, 60, spoke about the hurt he felt at criticism of his management style and collapse of the business.
He promised to