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Call for quango cull rethink

10th January 2011

The government has been asked by the Unite union to stop and think about its plans to get rid of around 200 quangos.

A report by the House of Commons Public Administration Committee said: "The extent to which the quangos reform would yield significant savings was probably exaggerated. There will be a limit to the reductions that can be made in public body expenditure unless a political decision is taken for these organisations to do fewer things. We do not believe the government has used this review to undertake this sort of analysis."

 

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Anonymous

Wednesday 12th January 2011 @ 10:00

Its not so much the saving to my mind, but the stemming of sheer Waste of public funds on incompetant non-productive people who have been sitting on their hands for the past 13 years or more.


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Title: Call for quango cull rethink
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 17200
Date Added: 10th Jan 2011

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