Letter - Bad timing for Govt's 'integrity' strategy

Following Patricia Hewitt, Charles Clarke and John Prescott's woes, I found the strategy to champion the values of 'integrity, honesty, impartiality and objectivity' profoundly depressing ('Cabinet Office unveils public trust strategy,' 28 April).

I hope the affected PROs will respond by telling the Government that if it began to show even one of those qualities on a consistent basis, they might have a chance.

It's not PR's job to paper over cracks - certainly not the ever-widening ones produced by ministerial and cabinet incompetence on this scale.

Hugh Birley, chief executive, Lexis PR.

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