posted a comment (see below) about a seemingly innocuous announcement on HMRC's newsboard advising staff to keep sending emails to Dame Lesley Strathie.
Why ask staff to keep sending her emails?
Have staff stopped sending her emails?
Or is this a piece of diversionary chaff, designed to torpedo (or at least cast doubt on) the now well publicised news that Dame Lesley is leaving?
Whatever the internal news management team in HMRC are trying to do here, I can assure you that she is not going to return.
Text of the comment below:
"Well well well,
On the Newsboard this week, "please keep sending
e-mails to Lesley Strathie and her team will forward them on to the
appropriate people. This will keep an audit trail so Lesley can address
any issues upon her return from sick leave"!!!!
I have paraphrased the above and it is the gist of the message from memory.
is something going on here.
Why have such a meaningless message on the
How many staff can this possibly affect?
Is it a response to
Ken's earlier posts about the imminent departure of the pantomime dame?
Very curious indeed."
Tax does have to be taxing.
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