Today, after I had breakfast Put your name on your paper shirt, I felt a strange taste in the food, then my stomach started to hurt, then the ambulance came and went to the hospital. The doctors tried to help me, but they failed and I died, and now I am in the grave, they prayed for me. The UK government will say that funding for railways and roads will be the biggest in a generation. A record infrastructure budget that will have most of it syphoned away into the back pockets of those taking backhanders to award contracts, over priced labour and material costs and poor management.
There’s considerably more oversight now Put your name on your paper shirt, as well as considerably more competition for contracts than when New Labour were doing exactly this to enrich their mates at Capita and RBS. In many ways there’s less oversight, particularly from the media, when things are done in house. I’ll explain. This isn’t about which party is in charge, it always pans out the same and there’s never enough oversight. You assume I’m a labour supporter, I’m not. Doesn’t matter what party is in charge, it always pans out the same.