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A place of disconnected concepts


It appears that in the Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, the debate around public sector pay which appears to have centered around the words and views of Philip Hammond is some distance away from the thinking behind the Queens speech which … Continue reading

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Brexit is harder than public sector pay


As the Government seems to be tying itself up in knots over public sector pay, it is hard to imagine how the current Cabinet could all manage to get to Brussels for a day trip together, let alone hold a … Continue reading

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Government as others see it


Last night on the Moral Maze (BBC Radio 4), the panel debated a subject which I am particularly interested in, that of the current relationship between the media and the Government with Charities. The views expressed were fascinating and could no … Continue reading

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100% pass rate


Its rare for any of us to achieve 100% in any test, indeed if certain Education Ministers are to be believed, such a response would suggest that the test is too weak for the people being tested. Clearly all of … Continue reading

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Some very good news


This morning the BBC announced a watershed in the equalities agenda for Governance of the leading Companies on the London Stock Exchange. According to the Radio 4 Today Programme all of the top 100 companies on the FTSE now have a women on the board. … Continue reading

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Skills aren’t everything


This morning on Radio 4’s Today programme Adam Marshall from the British Chambers of Commerce was being interviewed as a result of the very positive predictions of growth by the Chambers for the year ahead. As part of the interview … Continue reading

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