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U Turn On Bonfire Of Quangoes As Majority Retained

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By Louisa Peacock
Published: 7:20PM BST 29 Aug 2010
Of 18 quangos under review at the Department of Health, just one, the Appointments Commission, will be shut down in its entirety – and not until "during 2012" – despite the department announcing it would cut the number to between eight and 10.
No decision has been made on whether the commission's 60 staff face redundancy. The body is still advertising several job vacancies, including NHS trust chair roles, which can pay £20,896 a year in London for "up to" 3.5 days work a week.


Jobs the lads and bonuses for the banksters continues it seems. Unabated at that.

We should all be in it togther.

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Most quangos perform roles that have to be performed by someone. It would just be nice if they could perform them for a fraction of the cost. Quangos, like all areas of government, became bloated, over-staffed and inefficient under the last government.

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