This week TS got wind of the fact that our very own e-envoy Alex Allan – a close friend of PM Tony Blair – has backed up his role not with spin, but substance.
It appears that anyone who sends Allan an e-mail at the Cabinet Office will receive a reply personally written by the man himself and not from a PA or secretary.
This is indeed an admirable feat – one only hopes he has enough time to get some work done. However, things don’t always go to plan.
TS hears that callers to the office who asked for Allan’s e-mail were warned officials were having a few problems with external e-mails. ‘Try a fax,’ suggested one.
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