THE ARB HAS UNDERMINED ITS STATUS AMONG THE PROFESSION IT SERVES
Every so often, the AJ resolves to stop writing about the ARB on the grounds that it's boring for them, it's boring for us and it's probably boring for you too. This, in itself, is not quite as damning as it sounds. Some things, after all, are meant to be boring. The anomaly is that the ARB obstinately refuses to be quite as boring as it should be.
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