It looked as if there’d been a
wedding in the Min Wing yesterday – confetti all over the carpet.
Instead, it was just the shredders working overtime in John Anderson’s
office as he moves out and staffers walking paper scraps into the
corridors.

Still, they’ve been busy boys and girls. At one stage there were nine security wheelie bins by the door.

Peter Fray

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