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    Non-PC robots versus man


    Ever since Prometheus stole fire from the gods, the humble human was suffered at the hand of technology as much as she has benefitted from it.The most recent example of this ancient truth was unearthed in Northampton.Local paper Northampton Chronicle wins an EndGame applause for a story on how cuts

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    Campaign emergency


    End Game hates election time and its dreaded “purdah”, the 40 days and 40 nights of abstinence, where press officers claim they are banned from answering our carefully crafted queries on the spurious grounds that openness and honesty could somehow interfere with the European and local elections.So

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    Stirring up the multicultural melting pot


    The NHS has a duty to serve all groups and communities

  • Blair McPherson

    The better care fund fiasco


    Taking money from hospitals and giving it to local authorities is unlikely to improve working relationships

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    Yes to all-BME short lists for senior public sector jobs


    The aim of positive discrimination is to ensure public sector leadership represents the diverse society we live in

  • Blogs

    Truth is stranger than fiction


    “HR have developed a matrix to identify these negative ninjas”

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    Booking in the consultants


    A novel combining the flowing prose of a master wordsmith and a poignant critique of the social issues of the day is something of a holy grail for End Game.So when Alex Knight’s Pride and Joy – which appears to tackle the issues faced by the NHS via a riveting fictional format – landed on our

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    Moral question


    We at End Game regularly have our morals called into question, but rarely are we brazenly flirted with by interviewees.No longer: a nursing director – who on balance we have decided not to identify – signed off a an otherwise run-of-the-mill chat with the mother of all non-sequiturs, by asking End

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    Dispatches from the other side


    “I’m available”. With those two lonely, listless words, Sir David Nicholson summed up the tragedy of retirement.It will be no surprise to readers that End Game saw the utterance on Twitter, where Sir David continues to display the symptoms of a keen mind in search of something, anything, to do. His

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    Better a poor service than no service


    We’ve moved for “take it or leave it” care to “like it or lump it”