One for the bored

George Ferguson’s presidency is proving particularly successful because he represents so well publicly many of the positive features of a highly attractive profession. Perhaps he exemplifies also one of its drawbacks, from your report (News July 9) of his claim that the profession was “bored to tears with the Arb ...

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