Great Vengeance and Furious Anger

Earlier this week we discussed Dennis O’Riordan and whether he will be prosecuted. I’m glad to say that the Church appears to take a dimmer view of this crime than the Bar with the successful prosecution of Maximilian Manin last month.

Mr Manin confessed his criminal past to the Bishop of Lincoln, who in the spirit of Christan forgiveness allowed him to keep his job of Chief Executive for the Diocese, but failed to mention that he had lied about having a first class degree from the University of Sheffield and an MBA in order to obtain the position in the first place.

With high profile examples like these hitting the headlines, perhaps we will see a step change in recruitment practices and more checks being made.

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Jayne Rowley

Jayne is Chief Executive at Graduate Prospects and Hedd

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