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Tue Mar 22 23:09:41 CST 2005
It's fairly common for US columists to quote The Who, but this seems unusual
for UK writers. Do you suppose they're suddenly discovered The Who after
all these years?
>Bone of contention
After years of investment, the public sector has again become a political
Meet the new boss, the same as the old boss, The Whos Roger Daltrey sang
in the hit song Wont Get Fooled Again. Behind Daltreys manic screams was
the message that although governments may come and go, political upheavals
only ever maintain the status quo.
That will be something in front of mind for many public sector recruiters,
who will no doubt be hoping there will not be radical change in the public
sector if the next general election goes awry for Labour.
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