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A confederation to protect professional interests

A confederation to protect professional interests

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The professions should be more united and self-conscious of their separate interests in putting forward their distinctive point of view, emphasized Lord Hailsham when he delivered the Fourth Rivers Lecture to The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. Saying that the professions were unrepresented at the highest levels Lord Hailsham asked: ‘If there can be a Confederation of British Industry why can there not be a Confederation of British Professional Associations, however loosely associated, to identify the problems which affect us all’?

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