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Accusation

We the taxpayers have bailed out the banks to such a hideous amount that I can’t bring myself to mention it, why did they get away with it? Oh yes the government weren’t very tough on regulation, well why would they be when they are so lax with managing public sector money?

Recommendation

“Good News” I hear you shout,  the government has asked Sir Philip Green who runs the Arcadia Group of High Street retailers, which includes Dorothy Perkins and BHS for a private sector opinion to look at how efficiently Whitehall departments spent their money.

Sir Philip said the information held about what the government spent on services was so sketchy that if his business was run in that fashion “the lights would go out”.

His report says a lack of a centralised approach means different departments pay hugely different prices for the same items. He said: “The conclusion of this review is clear – credit rating and scale in virtually every department has not been used to make government spending efficient. There is no reason why government should not be as efficient as any good business.”

Go figure….

Representation

Not a leg to stand on….

His report says a lack of a centralised approach means different departments pay hugely different prices for the same items.

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(Sir Philip) is keen to point out
that the savings he is suggesting would not involve a single
public-sector redundancy: all of the squeeze would be on private sector
suppliers (who probably won’t thank him)”

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Sir Philip said: “The conclusion
of this review is clear – credit rating and scale in virtually every
department has not been used to make government spending efficient.

“There is no reason why government should not be as efficient as any good business.”

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2 Comments

  • When he stocks his shops with 100% fair trade then he can talk about “buying power” until then he is just the beneficiary of a slave trade that no decent person should boast about. The Government may well be a load of old toss but that doesn’t mean that the alternative is a sharp swing to the opposite extreme of toss. Give them all a skelpt arse

  • larouchepac dot com —- can save you time.

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