Friday, January 16, 2009

Former minister calls for half of civil service to be sacked.

Brown steps in after Digby Jones calls for half of civil service to be sacked

10 years of rising taxes, and rising government debt, where has all this money gone? Most of it went into government payroll. Now Britain is broken, the tax-payers exhausted, and the private sector crushed, but the civil service remains protected.

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3 thoughts on “Former minister calls for half of civil service to be sacked.

  • The gravy train grinds to a halt!

    At last!

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  • I love this anonymous mouthpiece blairism….. “A Cabinet Office spokesman added: “With headcount falling for 16 consecutive quarters and annual efficiency gains worth £26.5bn, the civil service continues to meet the challenge of doing more with less, becoming leaner while remaining the driving force behind excellent public services that are available to all.”.
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  • In NZ we had a Labour Govt who believed in pumping up the bureaucracy with scant regard for value or efficiency. Govt employees get 20% more than private sector ones in some situations. We have a phrase that fits what Clown is doing here, the public sector is “eating the economy”.

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