Julia had gone through the corporate briefing and news of the latest round of
savage cuts minor efficiencies that do not affect front-line services and asked for any other business.
"There's the issue of access to the safe key during the lunch hour," says Agnes."Why would you want the safe key at lunchtime?" asks Julia. "Cashing up's done at the end of the day.""We might need it," insisted Agnes."What for?" asked Julia."Well, what happens if an armed robber comes into the library and demands to get into the safe?"
Julia, to her immense credit, kept her composure.
"If any armed robbers come into the library you might want to not tell them about the safe," she says, quietly.