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Posted by Andrew & Nada on 9th September 2019
During what can only be described as a tirade against the civil service in 2014, recently uncovered by Civil Service World magazine, Dominic Cummings suggested staff promote themselves rather than serve the public, don't have the skills to take on big problems and inconveniently take time off. He also accused the civil service of failing to address performance concerns, not focusing on important matters and weeding out dissention
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On 7 May, Britain goes to the polls, with the outcome quite impossible to predict. The former certainties of the British political system – that our simple first-past-the-post elections would produce strong, majority government – have been upended. This means we are likely to be heading for a confused and indeed rather ambiguous result.
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Emotional intelligence skills are key to the role of the company secretary
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