Source file for new Governors Handbook PDF

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Dear Department for Education,

A new Governors Handbook was published today, but only in PDF format. It looks like it was generated from a Microsoft Word file. Can you please provide a copy of the Microsoft Word file or whatever source file was used to create the published PDF.

Thanks

Yours faithfully,

Feargal Hogan

Department for Education

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A new Governors Handbook was published today, but only in PDF format. It looks like it was generated from a Microsoft Word file. Can you please provide a copy of the Microsoft Word file or whatever source file was used to create the published PDF.
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