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AUDIT COMMISSION TOPS UNDER WATCHFUL EYE

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The Times's Public Management correspondent (p30) says the relationship between the controller of the Audit Commiss...
The Times's Public Management correspondent (p30) says the relationship between the controller of the Audit Commission and its newly appointed chairman is worth watching.

Controller Andrew Foster is described as 'not a shrinking violet', and chairman Roger Brooke, former diplomat, businessman and ex-Tory councillor, 'does not give the impression of being backward in coming forward'.

The column examines the tensions that can exist between chairmen and chief executives in public bodies.
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