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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR - SHOCK OF THE NEW

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The news the EO is to be abolished (LGC, 2 June) must have come as a real shock to the staff as it did to many of u...
The news the EO is to be abolished (LGC, 2 June) must have come as a real shock to the staff as it did to many of us - albeit the disconnection of the negotiating arrangements from the mainstream Local Government Association activity and political leadership was obvious to see and very unsatisfactory.

The revised arrangements must deliver a system that better recognises the impact on councils and the need for decisions to collectively help move forward the modernisation and improvement plan.

Graham Haywood

Chief executive, Sefton MBC
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