Expedient Outcomes: Communication Proves Harder than Expected
Morrison’s office on Great George Street was behind Storey’s gate, overlooking St. James’ Park. Behind it was the Treasury behemoth and next door the Foreign Office. Within his limited space Morrison collected a small but very able team including Max Nicholson, John Pimlott, and P.H. ‘Puck’ Boon. These worked closely with Morrison’s committees and particularly with Robert Fraser and, from 1947, Clem Leslie. ‘In calibre it [Morrison’s office] was very high’.1
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