Tuesday, Dec 29, 2009

Just pay off their bl00dy mortgage


JUST 15 families have been helped by the Government’s flagship repossession prevention scheme – at a staggering cost of £164,226 each.

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1. paul said...

Now THAT'S what I call public sector excess. This must surely be emblematic of everything that is wrong with the government's response to the debt bubble deflation.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 12:26PM Report Comment

2. markj69 str05 said...


Who's responsible for spending more than 50% of the money on consultancy? Will they be held accountable? I doubt it.

Where else is our money being siphoned away too? Who's checking that?

I guess if we kick up too much of a fuss, they'll have a reveiw, and find that the person managing the project was not to blame. It'll also give them another mechanism to siphon off more money - I'll get my best mate Lord so 'n' so, to produce a report on where it didn't really go wrong.

We have a government who do not take responsibility for their actions - No accountability - No trust.

I know it's not much money £2.5M, when you look at the amount we've been mugged for (£200B +, and still rising). However, I have no doubt this is just one of many areas money is being drained away, to feed the rich.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009 12:28PM Report Comment

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