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Stakeholder architect

Stakeholder architect Paula Diggle is now involved in the Hutton Inquiry into the death of arms specialist Dr David Kelly.

The civil servant is clearly seen as the person for the tough job, cutting her financial teeth forcing through the pension review, pivotal in the creation of the Isa and having helped set up Cat-standard mortgages. The Diary hears she is now giving advice to civil servants who have to go before the inquiry.

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