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Training Purposes - Friday

Morning meeting delivered to a wall of apathy I retire to my office to reflect on my rhetoric. Needs some work is the conclusion I come to, just as four telephone lines light up in quick succession.I watch the staff response times through the glass with detached interest, wondering just what has happened to occasion this flurry of activity? I’m thinking perhaps the government has scrapped that onerous tax on moving, Stamp Duty.
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