A KEY figure in the National Governors' Council has quit its executive, saying internal relationships "are beset with personal rancour". Fran Hollis, right, stood down as vice-chair last year, over proposals for organisational and funding reform. The council is moving offices from Devon to Birmingham and plans to recruit a chief executive on up to pound;45,000 to help increase membership. See next week's governors' pages for more details.
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