Keith Churchouse: Polishing the decks

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Summer is a great opportunity to "polish the decks" and add real value to any practice, writes Keith Churchouse

No article would be complete in these tumultuous days without noting the end of the Boris era. The Conservative Party now has the summer recess to find a new leader as we possibly then head into a new winter of discontent. For the sake of the UK, may the renewal process be speedy and the new incumbents to Number 10 and the Cabinet be strong. There is much work ahead. Summer is a natural time for advisory services to find the pace of business slowing as clients, enquirers and the public at large head out into the great outdoors, at home or abroad, to relax. All understandable, and I am...

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