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A thematic approach

30 May 2007 / Richard Curtis
Issue: 4110 / Categories: Comment & Analysis , podcast , Admin
Rob Ellerby, the new president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, explains his aims for the year to RICHARD CURTIS

Never let it be said that Taxation magazine does not make use of the latest technology in searching out a good story; so armed with our latest purchase — a digital voice recorder — your intrepid reporter set out for the offices of Ernst & Young to interview Rob Ellerby the new president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

Setting Rob at his ease by explaining that I might need to make a new appointment if it transpired that I had not fully understood the recorder instructions we started off by discussing the first of Rob's two themes for his year as president.

Education education

It is probably no surprise to anyone who knows him that education is the first of Rob's two themes to his presidential year. 'As an educational charity we owe it to the general public (and indeed the business community) to ensure that...

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