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Child's Play for KPMG

KPMG does it for the kids, writes TS

Good to see KPMG doubling the number of school leavers entering into its year-old ‘study and work’ programme.

With KPMG’s sponsorship of the Homerton-based City of London Academy for 11-16 year-olds, TS wonders when its numerical tendrils will reach infants.

Big brightly-coloured calculators for toddlers anyone?? ‘Cradle-to-grave’ services takes on an entirely new meaning.

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