Watch: PACAC chair Bernard Jenkin on why we need a civil service inquiry

Written by Civil Service World on 20 October 2016 in Opinion
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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee chairman Bernard Jenkin explains why his committee has launched a new inquiry into the work of the civil service. Click here for a full report on his speech to the Institute for Government

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