Major accounting firms will help the possible transition to a conservative
government and aid in the set up of a `West-Wing’ style ministry, the
The city’s big accountancy firms have lent staff to help with proposals to
create an open plan office set up, which it is hoped will foster communication
across government departments.
The Telegraph reports that PricewaterhouseCoopers has donated pounds £170,000
pounds worth of professional advice and staff while KPMG has donated more than
pounds £60,000 through a secondment.
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