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The something appeared vaguely to his imagination as a private secretaryship or a sinecure of some sort.
In the Portland party, it is in vain to look for a revival, fettered with blue ribbands, secretaryships and military commands: freedom of action may be as soon expected from prisoners in chains.
71 lists Harradine's secretaryships as including: the Shop Assistants, the Marine and Harbour Trust Employees Union, the Theatrical Employees Union, the Furnishing Trades Union, the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, the Federated Ironworkers Union, the Baking Trades Union, the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners, the Fire Fighters Union, the Storeman and Packers Union, the Operative Painters and Decorators Union, the Hospital Employees Federation (no.
Past secretaryships were with Birmingham companies Bluecross Healthcare - a training and recruitment firm - Cartier Hotels and Soho Road Health Plaza.
Many rookies from 1993 had been rotated through parliamentary secretaryships, committee chairs, vice-chairs and felt that there was no real career ladder, just a roller coaster that never hit the heights of power and inevitably ended up where it started.