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17th November 2000 at 00:00
Do the fates conspire? Bill Morton, acting boss at the Scottish Qualifications Authority, must have thought so during his stylish Powerpoint presentation to MSPs about his hatchet job - er, operational review.

Dutiful parliamenarians must have been impressed with the changes in hand and explanations until the luckless Morton pressed the key to bring up a slide of management structures. Zilch.

What you might call a problem of missing data.

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