As the financial noose gets ever tightened by the people who count and measure things at the CTCC, the cuts are spreading and the efficiency savings being made add a few extra quid into the funds for more essential and important things.
The counters might have saved enough money to hit their own targets and offer the hand of financial support to their chosen friends in the right places.
As various departments within the organisation struggle to hit budget targets, as well as all the other targets of things that are measured, the wonderment of essential spending investment continues.
At the newly refurbished and well appointed Robert Peel House, the daily grind of the ESSO minions have raised an issue of no chips available for dinner.
An investigation appears to have shown that the extractor system is not up to the job of sucking out all the hot air over the chip pans so the chips will remain off the menu unless an ‘investment’ is made towards a new air extraction system upgrade.
About £50,000 should just about cover it.
Great news if you like chips.
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