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Having been shot in the foot with a doctored starting pistol, Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher discovers that he’s also shortly to be without a PA as current PA Daniel Stroud has been offered another job. Back over at the offices of the ODC they try to work out how to launch “Inclusivity Day” in London on the same day that Seb Coe is launching “Diversity Day” in Oldham, when even though both Boris Johnson and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson have agreed to take part, no-one knows what Inclusivity Day is. Ian’s foot may have gone septic.
Meanwhile over at PR Company Perfect Curve Siobhan Sharpe and her team devise a viral campaign designed to change the face of women’s football without mentioning women’s football following catastrophic ticket sales. The clock ticks on.