For schools stuck in expensive PFI contracts, the hand-back cannot come soon enough, but this is a process for which planning must begin years in advance. Andrew Chubb advises

“I win!” This is the catchphrase of Harvey Specter, New York’s “greatest closer” and a leading character in my current guilty pleasure, Suits, a series set in the world of high finance.

No fewer than nine series of the drama depict the lives of a top firm of New York lawyers and their wealthy corporate clients as they scheme, duck, dive, bob and weave their way around contracts, lawsuits, and company takeovers.

Paradoxically, the characters are all brutally honest with each other about the depths of their duplicity and the lengths to which they will go to win. Because it is all about winning. There is no middle ground – just winners and losers.

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