ACOBAAdvisory Committee on Business Appointments (UK)
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Being under a necessity of obeying our acoba, or protector, we changed our place of abode as often as he desired it, though not without great inconveniences, from the excessive heat of the weather and the faintness which our strict observation of the fasts and austerities of Lent, as it is kept in this country, had brought upon us.
He told Acoba he doesn't expect to have any contact with government in his new role.
From a technical standpoint, the index's general tilt remain on the upside as long as it trades above its recent reaction low of 7,700,' Acoba said.
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee called ACoBA "toothless" in a damning report published last year and called for major reform.
Upside is limited, hence, a pullback or consolidation is warranted,' Acoba said.
A statement published on Acoba's website says: "You asked the committee to consider an application under the Business Appointment Rules on behalf of Andrew Rhodes, Director General, Operations, at the DWP.
Blair, who is estimated to have earned as much as 15 million dollars since leaving office, did not register the series of companies with the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACOBA), the watchdog set up to vet ex-ministers' appointments to avoid "any suspicion of impropriety", The Guardian reports.
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Come Monday, however, expect Bloomberry to sharply drop and then normalize,' said Ron Acoba, chief investment strategist at equities research provider Trading Edge.
The Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (Acoba) said it was "unacceptable" that he signed a contract with the Daily Telegraph on July 12 - three days after quitting as foreign secretary - but did not ask for its advice on the propriety of the move until 14 days later, by which time his appointment was public knowledge.
Former Ministers must consult the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACoBA) about any employment or consultancy they are looking to take up for two years after they leave government.