18 August 2010 - 11:47am | posted by | 0 comments

IPA director Hamish Pringle attacks government’s COI cuts

IPA director Hamish Pringle has launched a vociferous attack on the government’s COI cuts. He spoke to The Drum exclusively, laying bare his frustrations and pointing out a more sensible way forward.

IPA director Hamish Pringle attacks government’s COI cutsIPA director Hamish Pringle attacks government’s COI cuts

In this interview, IPA director Hamish Pringle talks openly to The Drum about why he is frustrated to see effective work coming to a stop just as momentum was building.

The IPA director bluntly accuses the Government of making the COI cuts in an “unintelligent” way.

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