September 16, 2020 at 1:42 pm #194757
An investigation in to their procurement policies? Good luck with that. There are none! Watch how quickly they close this down or sack him as soon as he gets anywhere near all those dodgy contracts. There’ll be a lot of shredding and deleting going on around Whitehall, that’s for sure. Wonder when he’ll get that call to back off or else?September 16, 2020 at 2:54 pm #194760
There needs to be a full police investigation, but there won’t be one until the Tories are out of power!!
Hope to see the day when Johnson, Gove, Cummings and Trump are behind bars. Probably have better odds of winning the lottery than seeing it happen.September 16, 2020 at 8:36 pm #194776
More dodgy deals with news of a £100,000 per year job for “no ships” Grayling, who apparently is an expert in ports.
In fact I do recall that as well as the order for ferries to the company with no ferries, he did arrange for ships to dock at a place without a harbour.
He’s clearly got more time on his hands after stepping down from the INTELLIGENCE committee.
I expect Elphicke will get fixed up with a consultancy role with the Women’s Institute when he’s released, probably in a few days time.September 16, 2020 at 8:59 pm #194780
Another day, another rip off.September 17, 2020 at 10:01 am #194788
This corruption could have had one possible saving grace. That the vast amount of money funneled into Deloitte, Serco, friends of Gove and Cummings and others had delivered a reliable and effective service.
But it has failed and the time is right for the truth about this shambles to be investigated now. Not in 2-3 years time when the records can be lost, laptops wiped clean as is the case with Grenfell, ministers moved on and all the public money dispersed into tax havens.
The Government has had 7 months to prepare for the return of schools and the inevitable concern of parents. Is it a cold or is it Covid, let’s get a test.
This Government took the decision to ignore local public sector health experts and outsource the work to their mates and Tory party donors.
How many times have they seen Serco and the others fail? Do they learn from these failures? No, because it’s the Tory way.
The shit is hitting the fan NOW. Deaths will start to rise again. Lockdowns are happening. The Government has lost contol. The time for reckoning is NOW!!!September 17, 2020 at 3:54 pm #194800
And we know why it’s the Tory way – profits to be made from people’s misery. They won’t see anything wrong with cash for contracts (their accountants must be very busy).
‘The Government has had 7 months to prepare for the return of schools and the inevitable concern of parents. Is it a cold or is it Covid, let’s get a test’
Exactly. 7 effin months. It’s entirely unacceptable. No lame excuse from them is enough. But that’s okay, get Nick Robinson and Evan Davis to play it all down and shut the rabble up.September 18, 2020 at 7:47 pm #194826
It’s the Tory way. They never learn from their mistakes because they can’t admit it. Their mates always come first. Corrupt. It’s what they do!!September 22, 2020 at 9:19 am #194938
A firm (Globus Shetland) has donated £400,000 to the Tory party. They have just been given a government contract to supply PPE worth £93.8 million. Funny that.September 22, 2020 at 8:45 pm #194981
Where did you find out about this donation?September 22, 2020 at 9:20 pm #194982September 29, 2020 at 9:15 pm #195205
Money well spent, so much that neither the minister or the prime minister know there own ruled!!
Corrupt!!!October 1, 2020 at 9:41 am #195236
The hyenas are picking all the meat off the bones.October 6, 2020 at 8:10 pm #195515
Boris said this in his speech today:
“There comes a moment when the state must stand back and let the private sector get on with it. We must not draw the wrong economic conclusion from this crisis.”
The only conclusions I make are that Boris is corrupt, not interested in value for money and knows he will be well looked after by his mates when his disastrous time as leader is over.
Here’s the proof:
While 1% of civil servants are paid more than £80,000 a year, day rates for management consultants working in the public sector range from about £1,000 for junior consultants to about £3,500 for partners.October 7, 2020 at 8:07 am #195523
That nest is feathering nicely!October 8, 2020 at 9:30 pm #195556
Amazed that Dodo Harding still has a job. But now we have another appointment. Boris is outsourcing his job to another mate.
His new £100k a year press Secretary is Allegra Stratton who is married to the political editor of the Spectator, who works alongside the commissioning editor who happens to be married to Cummings, chief adviser to Johnson. Johnson used to edit the Spectator.
Jobs for the boys and for the girls. Not much progress being made on clearing out the Metropolitan Elite.
How is any of this ok?
The Johnson and Cummings levelling up agenda in action. One job for my mate, one job for yours!!!October 8, 2020 at 9:51 pm #195557TwoWrightsParticipantOffline
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Stand by for an upcoming “I’ve been monitoring this site for a couple of weeks now and have just popped back, time all you commie children grew up, I’m not afraid to criticize the government but won’t specify any criticism whatsoever, Corbyn would be no better” post.October 9, 2020 at 11:32 am #195565
😅🤣😂👏👏October 9, 2020 at 11:52 am #195567NorthumbironParticipantOffline
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Stand by for an upcoming “I’ve been monitoring this site for a couple of weeks now
Big Ego is watching you!October 9, 2020 at 1:09 pm #195575
He is probably busy working on an essential market research study for the Government. Awarded without the need for competitive tender. “The uncontolled growth of subversive groups and Masonic cults on lower league football forums”.
Nice work if you can get it. You will need to know the right people and have the right connections. Pays well – daily rate of £3500 for self appointed fonts of knowledge on all things.
Required output – a prepared statement of a few paragraphs that ministers can learn easily and repeat ad infinitum to any questions they are asked.
Essential that the statement does not actually give an answer to any of the questions asked. A tricky task that requires a person with absolute certainty of their own self importance.October 9, 2020 at 6:04 pm #195581
Lol, and ‘the study must include examples of US cranks infiltrating the websites that you ‘accidentally’ invite on’.October 9, 2020 at 6:32 pm #195582GurnelistaParticipantOffline
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Very good, Heathy and DM!October 9, 2020 at 7:32 pm #195583BucksironParticipantOffline
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Ha ha, coincidentally I have had a look in today and came across this lovely thread. How nice it is to be remembered.
Anyway, you’re all clearly having a great time talking to each other, which is nice to see. How you must all be enjoying yourselves given there’s so much to moan and complain about, you’re absolutely in your element. Never mind solving anything, just do what you’re so good at, finding faults everywhere.
I say “all” of you. All four or five of you, six maybe. Still, I guess it’s nice and cosy.
Things going well in the Labour Party? No rebellions by the left against SIR Keir’s shift to the right? SIR Keir, I say, how wonderful for you to have a knight as your leader. Exactly what the working class needs to make them feel wanted.
Anyway, must dash. Keep up the fun.October 9, 2020 at 7:46 pm #195584TwoWrightsParticipantOffline
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Almost a pleasure. :-)October 9, 2020 at 8:32 pm #195585
Are you expecting us to believe that you just popped in today or do you have a group of underlings checking on a hourly basis for anything that might PRICK your ego?October 9, 2020 at 11:15 pm #195587
That’s hilarious! He was ‘coincidentally’ looking in. Can’t resist a bite eh BI? 😂😂😂October 9, 2020 at 11:17 pm #195588
Where are you dashing to Bucks? Oh lordy, I can’t stop laughing. Thank you.October 9, 2020 at 11:27 pm #195590
Nothing ‘nice and cosy’ about coping mechanisms Bucks.October 10, 2020 at 7:52 am #195591BloodyRubbishIronParticipantOffline
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I like how Bucks and The 99% love making something of Keir Starmer being a sir when he comes from a far more humble background than Corbyn or De Pfeffel Johnson. If Johnson’s Etonite background didn’t put off the working class, why on Earth would Starmer’s background as someone from the lower middle classes who worked his way to the top of the law profession?
At least he can claim he worked his way up through merit and social mobility, as opposed to Johnson whose background helped him into positions.October 10, 2020 at 10:12 am #195593
I wonder in a different world just how many old Etonians would have got where they are had they gone to a state school? So many true stories about how ‘your father, my old school pal, is worried about you not being able to hold down a job. There’s a position in [insert state / security services position] going. I’ll let them know you’ll be there on Monday’.October 10, 2020 at 10:54 am #195596
This whole thread is about corruption, entitlement and jobs/contracts for the boys and the wives of the boys.
BRI is right – says so much about Bucks that the only thing he thinks that is worthy of a comment is that Starmer, a state schoolboy like himself, is a Sir!
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