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The East Coast Mainline: Why was the government so quiet about one of its great successes?

01 Mar 2015, by in Public services

Organisations generally want to celebrate their successes. A bit of boasting burnishes an organisation’s public image, as well as boosting the reputations of its staff, management, and promoters. Some organisations even celebrate their failures. The Royal Bank of Scotland, majority owned by the UK government, celebrated its £4.2 billion loss in 2014 with £421 million…




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