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Monday, 27 April 2015

'Restorative justice' and 'key decision-makers'

 By Dude Swheatie of Kwug

Service users and deliverers make best policies

Kate Belgrave first of all looks at the mess that 'those who give the order' leave behind them, and then says:

.... But here’s the thing. As we speak, the people who’ve created these places and these confrontational situations and/or support more of the same are prancing about the nation seeking parliamentary election. They slash services and funding, and then abandon people who use and provide those services to their hellholes to slug it out. The arrogance of the thing is quite amazing. They destroy a service, then leave. I don’t think they should be able to leave. I’m tired of the fact that they can. The truth is that all MPs who support a JSA sanction regime, or a cut to housing staff numbers, etc, should be forced to spend the rest of their lives either using or fronting the service that they’ve trashed. Their Spads should be shoved in there, too. Somebody suggested in a comment on one of my stories that I should take an MP or councillor along to each of these jobcentre or housing meetings, etc, once we’re delivered of whichever half-arsed administration ultimately takes the reins. I think that’s an excellent shout, you know. No more fancy dinners, or trips to property fairs, etc, for that lot. They can have the pile of shit they’ve left behind instead. Let’s see how they bloody well like it. (1)

But see also my prior posting, Pollsters 'vision' excludes those offline? (2)

How about more-informed decision-making at the 2015 UK General Election?

(1) http://www.katebelgrave.com/2015/04/all-prospective-mps-should-have-to-use-or-work-in-the-services-they-want-to-trash/#more-8193
(2) http://kilburnunemployed.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/pollsters-vision-excludes-those-offline.html

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