John Sheppard interviews Tony Gale, who this month finishes as the Society’s Honorary General Secretary, on his time in office and his view of recent changes in the Society’s structure and functioning.
‘The Honorary General Secretary’s position is exceptionally powerful and there is a need to trim it.’ This forthright statement comes not from one who opposes the present incumbent, nor even from one who never reached or never aspired to such exalted status within the Society. It is the considered opinion of the outgoing holder of the office, Tony Gale.
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