If there were fewer county council bureaucrats filling their pockets at the expense of diminishing public services, we might increase efficiency and public satisfaction by employing those who are qualified to do a particular job rather than giving another high flying yuppie a job because their face fits and they tick the right boxes.
The child welfare stories this week, that should be right on your radar:
- Four in ten children’s services unable to meet legal duties due to funding pressures
- Lords debates ‘A Manifesto to Strengthen Families’
- ‘Rude and aggressive’ social worker who endangered sick child’s health suspended
A big thank you to Michele Simmons for alerting us to the first news item.