Tony Hawkhead: 'They have worked my socks off and yet I am feeling more excited than when I started'
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Tony Hawkhead: 'They have worked my socks off and yet I am feeling more excited than when I started'

7 Apr 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

Only a charity would ask its chief executive to sleep out on the streets for a night, in his first week on the job. But Sir Tony Hawkhead professed to be “more excited than when I started” when he spoke to Kirsty Weakley at the end of his first week at Action for Children.

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Tony Hawkhead: 'They have worked my socks off and yet I am feeling more excited than when I started'

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