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    Can't give too much away , say I graduated with PPE 1st from Ox , opposed the Conservatives and all capitalist economic activity all my life , should I ditch my principles for a job?

    It's super high paid , downing street based although requires some strict discipline and service...
    Moral Dilemma - Advice would be appreciated
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    maybe you can be the one who helps the PM improve her choices and make the right ones
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    (Original post by elforjg02)
    maybe you can be the one who helps the PM improve her choices and make the right ones
    I wish.

    Having studied the regulations ( Bible-sized PDF) my role is fundamentally to ensure 'Prime Ministerial deliverance is conducted with adherence to constitution , whilst simultaneously circumventing cross-party concessions'

    In short , I'd be an overpaid servant to PM although i do understand i may be able to influence her views on a personal level , perhaps !?
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    You graduated with a 1st in PPE but you can't read a simple graph in your other thread?

    I find that hard to believe.
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    (Original post by Let's_89)
    I wish.

    Having studied the regulations ( Bible-sized PDF) my role is fundamentally to ensure 'Prime Ministerial deliverance is conducted with adherence to constitution , whilst simultaneously circumventing cross-party concessions'

    In short , I'd be an overpaid servant to PM although i do understand i may be able to influence her views on a personal level , perhaps !?
    I understand but don't forget you still have the right to talk to the PM and influence her views and decisions either personally or among your colleagues as this is freedom of speech. I personally don't support the conservatives but if I were at your position I would accept the job hoping that I could perhaps influence the PM. You never know where this job can take you
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    To the private questions , can't say the salary however I can give a rough indication if you do wish to pursue civil service.
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    (Original post by artful_lounger)
    You graduated with a 1st in PPE but you can't read a simple graph in your other thread?

    I find that hard to believe.
    No problem , I just need advice not belief
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    all the parties agree with capitalism. maybe help Kim ill jong or whatever he calls himself.
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    (Original post by artful_lounger)
    You graduated with a 1st in PPE but you can't read a simple graph in your other thread?

    I find that hard to believe.
    I'm looking for advice not belief


    Btw if you'd care for some context , I have siblings who use this very frequently , this is one of the first instances i've had to consult a student community for
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    (Original post by elforjg02)
    I understand but don't forget you still have the right to talk to the PM and influence her views and decisions either personally or among your colleagues as this is freedom of speech. I personally don't support the conservatives but if I were at your position I would accept the job hoping that I could perhaps influence the PM. You never know where this job can take you
    Really appreciate your advice! Thx
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    (Original post by Let's_89)
    I'm looking for advice not belief


    Btw if you'd care for some context , I have siblings who use this very frequently , this is one of the first instances i've had to consult a student community for
    Well regardless, you'll either sell out all your personal beliefs in the pursuit of power and personal security, or you won't.

    If you do the former then you're probably well suited for a career in politics. If not, then...you probably aren't.
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    (Original post by artful_lounger)
    Well regardless, you'll either sell out all your personal beliefs in the pursuit of power and personal security, or you won't.

    If you do the former then you're probably well suited for a career in politics. If not, then...you probably aren't.
    Appreciated
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    (Original post by elforjg02)
    I understand but don't forget you still have the right to talk to the PM and influence her views and decisions either personally or among your colleagues as this is freedom of speech. I personally don't support the conservatives but if I were at your position I would accept the job hoping that I could perhaps influence the PM. You never know where this job can take you
    Thanks a lot
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    (Original post by susanneblonde)
    all the parties agree with capitalism. maybe help Kim ill jong or whatever he calls himself.
    I'd say one reason to be offered this job was for my 'articulate defense for outspoken thought , alongside impressive demonstration of empirical political activism'
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    (Original post by Let's_89)
    I'd say one reason to be offered this job was for my 'articulate defense for outspoken thought , alongside impressive demonstration of empirical political activism'
    "...given that English appears to be the candidate's second-language"?
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    Cmon pal if you were offered a job as prime minster assistant you wouldn't be banging on about it on the advice section on a forum
 
 
 
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