Tag Archives: Cuts

Shame on the LibCons

Every rational person knows that flexibility and complexity are best organised by holistic, joined up, co-operative endeavour – one brings multidisciplinary teams together to solve problems. Yet Privatisation does the opposite – it separates disciplines, creates competition rather than co-operation … Continue reading

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Why the LibCon’s “Big Society” won’t work (re-post)

I believe that the “Big Society” is simply shorthand for an end to the surplus being shared out equitably; a policy designed to hide the fact that the rich and powerful, now more aware than ever that their gravy train might be hitting the buffers sooner than anticipated, will be keeping the economic surplus for themselves. Continue reading

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