And in the same online paper, a tale of a recently purchased mansion here. Very little was said at the time of why the mansion was (suddenly?) vacated.
I will leave you Dear Reader to draw your personal conclusions. Please keep them to yourselves, noting suppression orders on the first tale.
But back to the first story. The Herald author tries to draw comparisons about suddenly losing a goodly chunk of your wealth.
For some, the loss of wealth was
"not unlike when there has been a death of a child"
An extremely poor comparison. No asset loss will ever shock or scar any person like that of a parent losing a child. I think your comparison is obscene.