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Apply to be chancellor and win a bottle of champagne

There's soon to be a vancancy at the Treasury. Could you be the one to fill the top spot?

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The debate continues on who is fit to take on the mantle of chancellor once
Gordon Brown becomes prime minister. Alistair Darling is tipped to take over as
UK plc’s FD, but Ed Balls is waiting in the wings.

Here at Accountancy Age, we believe the job should be open to
applicants. That’s why we’re now taking CVs to find a reader best-suited to
running the Treasury.

Go to
www.accountancyAgeJobs.com/brown,
read the job description and send in your applications to
comment@accountancyage.com with
‘Chancellor’s Job’ in the subject line.

The editorial staff will appoint a winner and their decision is final. The
best application wins a bottle of champagne. We’ll also feature the winner on
Taking Stock, the page that treats high office with the due respect it deserves.

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