Camden

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PM Johnson orders ministers to cut 91,000 civil service jobs.

This when the Home office can't even cope with getting asylum visa's out ( some taking up to five years for a decision) we have heard of terrible Passport Office delays , also a DVLA backlog ... not to mention the new Brexit Bureaucracy which has to be overseen and border manned , plus the civil servants needed in the never ending Brexit negotiations.

Cuts to the Civil Servants , when Civil Service Depts are already not coping
ending in spending millions of taxpayers money, giving Lucrative outsourcing contracts to overseas based private companies.. whose record isn't great

Then their will be all those Civil Service "Golden handshakes" only for us to see them to being re-employed as outsourced staff, or consultants. The example of this we only have to look to the NHS.
 

Mushroom

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They should simply give them the choice to turn up AT WORK and do their jobs or have an end date to sack them. No pay offs, no re-employment and no crap from the union man who is sitting on a big wage whilst trying to return to the days of Red Robbo.
 

Camden

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Right now, animal campaigners are fearful that the Tory Government has gone back on their promise to ban fur, foie gras and shark fins, after they failed to include it in this week’s Queen’s Speech.

The Independent newspaper reported that Jacob Rees-Mogg, the ‘Brexit Opportunities’ Minister believes that people should have the choice to buy products produced in cruel ways if they wish.


( Is the Government considering ditching UK animal welfare to get trade deals )

There is no place in modern Britain for fur or foie gras, both of which are products of appalling cruelty. According to media reports, the government is now considering abandoning plans to ban the import and sale of fur and foie gras.

Farming animals for fur, and force-feeding geese to produce foie gras, are so cruel that they’re banned here in the UK. It is an obscene double-standard that we still allow these products of cruelty to be imported and sold in UK shops.

Millions of fox, mink, raccoon dogs, chinchilla and rabbits are locked up their entire lives in cramped, barren wire cages on fur farms, many suffering from untreated wounds and slipping into mental decline.

In the wild, raccoons, coyotes and other animals are also caught in brutal traps in which they can chew or break their own limbs in their desperation to escape. In foie gras production, geese and ducks have metal tubes shoved down their throats to relentlessly force feed them to the point of sickness, just to produce a pate that hardly anyone eats.


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yalimart

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Journo daughter told me about half an hour ago. Just been on ITV news.
2002-2009 for a bloke in his 50's. I think.
Someone will be doing the calcs already.
I wonder how Captain Mainwaring is doing, perhaps he could be a shoulder to lean on having been accused of the same thing himself.
 

IbrahimAbi

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What planet are these privileged clowns on? It is certainly not ours.

'The foreign secretary said an emergency levy would make it “difficult to attract future investment” – and suggested that better-paid jobs would help struggling Britons cope with soaring bills'

 

IbrahimAbi

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So when can we expect the full, unredacted report to be published?
By the way, what has happened about the Russian Peer? Is he still able to attend the HoL, and claim expenses?
 

Camden

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Maybe third time lucky....... in Tory attempts to get the Probation Service once graded as "good" till it declined to "failing" once privatised and Tory Meddling.

First in the 2015 "Graylings Folly" it got so bad it had to be renationalised , but not after losing thousands of dedicated Probation Officers ....and taxpayers money ..

Even then the Tories having not learned their lesson ( even after it was perceived they could have put the the public at a Terror risk ) The Tories made a second attempt, this time trying to part privatise by Boris in 2019 ....




Boris Johnson's plan to partly privatise the sector has faced a backlash by critics who claim companies were failing to monitor freed criminals
 
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