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« on: February 12, 2017, 03:55:39 PM »

That was easy......***
The leadership charity Common Purpose operates around the world but started in the North East 25 years ago. Michael Brown reports on a success story that is coming out of the shadows
When asked by The Journal for a list of its alumni, none was forthcoming, though its website does advertise freely that its graduates have included North East Chamber of Commerce chief executive James Ramsbotham, Stephen Bell, chief executive of the charity changing lives (formerly the Cyrenians) and Lieutenant Colonel Simon Pritchard, Commanding Officer, Royal Marine Reserve.
It has also worked with a who’s who of organisations in the region, including Northumberland County Council, Teesside and Sunderland universities, Dickinson Dees law firm, Nissan, Greggs and Metro operators Nexus.
“It was utterly ridiculous stuff,” said Fiona O’Connor, ***operations director of the charity in the North East.

'This is devastating for world peace': Gateshead council is mocked for banning Trump from visiting (should he have any plans to visit the town)
Lib Dems in the North East put forward 'emergency motion' against President
Council voted not to take part in any state visit when Trump comes to Britain
President is not thought to have been planning to visit the town during his stay
By Richard Spillett for MailOnline
Published: 13:22, 3 February 2017 | Updated: 13:34, 3 February 2017

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