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Deputy CNO to stand down next year


As stated in the first comment, "Who will notice?" The answer is very few people. No one knows who this woman is or what, if anything, she achieved in the post she is now leaving. She has had a succession of senior posts over the course of the years, so has been picking up a fairly hefty salary for being quite invisible. I might be saying "Well done Liz", if she stayed and fought through any difficulites. However, she has decided to throw in the towel and is so averse to offending her senior colleagues that she has chosen not to use this conference to make an effective final statement. Pity.

Posted date

28 November, 2013

Posted time

6:04 pm