Tag Archives: David Lidington

An incredulous grasp of what the nation expects

There are always challenges in organisations where the person theoretically in charge of events or policies is assumed to be getting heavily involved in every element of the tasks. I have spent nearly 15 years working with a local police … Continue reading

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Lets not pass the Duchy on either side

A couple of months ago on 25th June, David Lidington who is the Duchy of Lancaster as well as being the deputy Prime Minister made an important speech at an event organised by a think tank called Reform. There are … Continue reading

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David Lidington gives a bent PIN to businesses

When Governments and other public sector bodies carry out procurement they are meant to follow a specific pattern of behaviour that is designed to enable businesses and even charities in some cases to prepare their efforts to ensure that as … Continue reading

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Time to get your house in order David

Just before MPs went on their long recess on 20th July this article appeared in the Guardian explaining about an investigation by 5 childrens charities on the way in which the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority appears to be denying compensation … Continue reading

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