Children's Bureau chief steps down

8th April 2011 at 01:00

National Children's Bureau chief executive Sir Paul Ennals will leave his post this autumn, it has been announced. Sir Paul, who has led the NCB for 13 years, said his job had been an "immense privilege and endlessly fascinating". He will remain in post until a successor has been appointed.

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