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Meanwhile the government wasted nearly £500 million on an aborted IT contract for the e-borders system. One of many such amounts wasted. It is about time they put as much effort into spending money more wisely that just looking for the last few bits hanging about.

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Just caught a show on TV featuring the City of London police in hot pursuit of three women who shoplifted some clothes from New Look. There were three cars and five officers attending the scene. :lol:

Meanwhile in the background one could see the buildings that house the largest criminal enterprise in the country- the financial services industry.

The joke is that those coppers will likely end up without pensions because while they were chasing shoplifters through the City of London the people who work there have bet their pensions on some massively leveraged junk bond scheme or other 'financial instrument' that will implode in due course.

It reminded me of the massive irony of watching New York's finest defending Wall street from the Occupy protesters, not realizing that the people they were defending have in all probability already destroyed their pensions.

You have to laugh at the spectacle of these guys chasing the little fish while themselves being eaten alive by the sharks.

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Meanwhile the government wasted nearly £500 million on an aborted IT contract for the e-borders system. One of many such amounts wasted. It is about time they put as much effort into spending money more wisely that just looking for the last few bits hanging about.

Its only 'wasted' if its something they don't like.

Billions spent on IT systems, even if they are a failure is nonetheless money spent into the economy, driving a multiplyer effect and adding a 'broken window' boost to the economy. How clever they are, even when they fail.

Billions spent on Scottish independence, however, none of this applies for some reason, its just a waste, you understand. No 'broken window' boost there.

Yes, our politicians are true geniuses.

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Just caught a show on TV featuring the City of London police in hot pursuit of three women who shoplifted some clothes from New Look. There were three cars and five officers attending the scene. :lol:

Meanwhile in the background one could see the buildings that house the largest criminal enterprise in the country- the financial services industry.

The joke is that those coppers will likely end up without pensions because while they were chasing shoplifters through the City of London the people who work there have bet their pensions on some massively leveraged junk bond scheme or other 'financial instrument' that will implode in due course.

It reminded me of the massive irony of watching New York's finest defending Wall street from the Occupy protesters, not realizing that the people they were defending have in all probability already destroyed their pensions.

You have to laugh at the spectacle of these guys chasing the little fish while themselves being eaten alive by the sharks.

Doubt it. If its anything like the UK they don't have any pensions to begin with. They'll just steal it direct from the taxpayer/saver at some later date.

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Its only 'wasted' if its something they don't like.

Billions spent on IT systems, even if they are a failure is nonetheless money spent into the economy, driving a multiplyer effect and adding a 'broken window' boost to the economy. How clever they are, even when they fail.

Whose economy though? Aren't IBM, Fujitsu and Siemens the usual suspects?

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Just caught a show on TV featuring the City of London police in hot pursuit of three women who shoplifted some clothes from New Look. There were three cars and five officers attending the scene. :lol:

Meanwhile in the background one could see the buildings that house the largest criminal enterprise in the country- the financial services industry.

The joke is that those coppers will likely end up without pensions because while they were chasing shoplifters through the City of London the people who work there have bet their pensions on some massively leveraged junk bond scheme or other 'financial instrument' that will implode in due course.

It reminded me of the massive irony of watching New York's finest defending Wall street from the Occupy protesters, not realizing that the people they were defending have in all probability already destroyed their pensions.

You have to laugh at the spectacle of these guys chasing the little fish while themselves being eaten alive by the sharks.

Oh how you would wish that was the case .. unfortunately for that lot , there is no pension being

"invested" by banksters or anyone .. its the future taxpayer to be bled so they can retire at 55 and have a pension for longer than they worked

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I believe that £29.7 million out of that £30 million was owed by one company Saad Victoria, which went into liquidation.

Since companies are inanimate and feel no remorse there is absolutely no f*cking point putting them on a 'shame' list particularly when they were wound up in May 2014 and there is zero chance of collecting the outstanding tax.

It is typical of the grade A toss posts who run modern Britain that they think this kind of derisory exercise is worthwhile

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