February 2011
People Management;2/24/2011, p7
The article presents quotes including Lord Oakeshott, who resigned from Parliament, concerning the Project Merlin deal with British banks, Britsh Communities Secretary Eric Pickles questioning council leader Graham Chapman for not publishing spending information online and British Defence Secretary Liam Fox expressing regret on the termination of 38 warrant officials through email by the British Army.


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