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January 27, 2007


Anthony Lilley

Hi Alan - thanks for the critique of my article. As you picked up, I was heading for a much more radical place than the sub-editor's headline! Although I do feel it's important not to over-state the revolutionary case for the time being.
Anthony Lilley

alan moore

Dear Anthony,

Thanks for stopping by. And commenting. Ah Sub-editor's

I would be interested in meeting up to discuss this further, were you interested

alan (DOT) smlxl (AT) gmail (DOT) com



Anthony Lilley

Hi Alan - yes, I think meeting up would be good - especially as I've just got a copy of your book - which was on my Amazon list anyway (so he accidentally did you out of a royalty there) - from Michael Henderson. Small world, eh? Let me know when you're in London - or I'll give you a shout next time I'm up to see the folks.


Alan moore

Dear Anthony,

It will be the week after next, I am Finland next week. I am based in Cambridge and definitely find myself in London often.

Hope you find the book valuable reading.

Perhaps uou could email me your contact details, I think you have my email address


Bill Thompson

Anthony will be speaking at a conference on public sector procurement in London on March 8th - - and looking at how public/private sector partnerships can work. It's a commercial event but will be blogged on the day, and it will be interesting to see him expand his thinking on public value.

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