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You've probably heard of Blogging and at Widescope we're doing it too.
Whilst the news sections will be used to update you on what we're doing and when, the blogs will be used to give you more on an idea as to how we work, what frustrates us and how we're constantly looking to improve. We believe it's better to know who is working for you and this part of the website is dedicated to that.
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