Wefare Cuts,Inequality

DWP Press Office Play Fast And Loose With Official Statistics Again

You are the underdog ,whatever your opinion it is invalid because a ‘Democratically Consensus ‘has been reached by an elected body of MP’s on any issue .You voted us in to ‘represent your and the Countries Interests’.The Countries Interests are above the Electorates .Each Department is set up for your Benefit but run on strict Establishment Lines .Any Grievances or Complaints are to be addressed to an Ombudsman or your Local MP .
You may at times form the Opinion we are not acting according to your wishes but we cannot please everyone .We as a Government are answerable to no one except Parliament whom is made up of MP’s voted in by you .We control the MP’s by means of Whips Senior MP’s that tell individual MP’s how to vote or they get a whisper in the ear their career on the Gravy Train is over .I hope our Transparency is understood now shut up and put up .

the void

dwp-official-statisticsLast night the BBC ran a pitiful report which was little more than an advert for the welfare-to-work sector in which they begged the tax payer for yet more money.

The report was based on information from ERSA, the trade body whose job it is to lie on behalf of private sector poverty pimps like A4e and G4S.  The sector is whinging that they aren’t given enough money to find people jobs through the floundering Work Programme and that only 10% of sick and disabled claimants have found a job via the scheme.  Obviously, the industry claims this isn’t their fault.

Whilst it is shocking that the BBC should effectively provide a free lobbying service for a multi-billion pound industry, of equal concern should be the contempt shown once again for the role of official statistics by the DWP.

The figures used in the news report did not come from…

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This entry was posted on 22/06/2013 by in EU BLOGS, politics, thevoid, uk blogs, Uncategorized, wearespartacus.
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