In this exclusive extract from ‘The Moral Heart of Public Service,’ Claire Foster-Gilbert of the Westminster Abbey Institute explores why we so often think that members of the public service lack moral integrity, and explains how public service companies, like the police, the military and government, can be imagined as a sailing boat.
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‘We live in an age when noisy moralism is everywhere, and the news and social media have invaded the pulpit. Quiet reflection on moral truth, however, and the noble sobriety of public administration, have become under-valued virtues. All power to a book like this in redressing that imbalance.’
– Matthew Parris, Times columnist and author
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