Monday, October 29, 2012

A government committed to outsourcing

We have a government that is utterly committed to outsourcing in a way that we have never seen before, but it is a shameless attempt to outsource the blame.

If crime rises in your area, that's nothing to do with government funding or legislation - that will be down to your Police and Crime Commissioner. You chose them, change them at the next election.

If you don't like the NHS services around you - talk to your GP, in charge of commissioning services. It isn't the government forcing through an unwanted and untested reform of the service or cutting 6000 nurses (so far).

Not happy with your council services? Change them at the next election. It isn't the fault of the government, cutting grants and capping council's ability to raise money.

Whatever goes wrong, this government hope that they can pin the blame on somebody else.

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