2 edition of growth of the British Civil Service, 1780-1939. found in the catalog.
growth of the British Civil Service, 1780-1939.
Emmeline Waley Cohen
1941 by Cass .
Written in English
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The civil service is at its smallest since the second world war. Since it has become more senior, older, slightly more diverse and more concentrated in London.
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