There has been, for a decade or more, a massive, sustained upskilling, a re-education of public sector workers. Rightly, care workers have finally been trained in safe lifting-and-handling techniques, in the administration of drugs, in the recognition and prevention of child and elder abuse; all those working with vulnerable people have been subjected to enhanced disclosure procedures (of previous criminal convictions.) Criminal justice, probation and social services workers have seen their qualification entry levels raised dramatically, often funding degree courses themselves; librarians have become IT adepts and outreach workers; nurses have trained as specialist practitioners, the professionalising of previously often ill-regarded occupations has done nothing but good for society and for the workers themselves, many, at relatively junior levels, finding themselves living a life, now, of continuous learning and study, much of it in their own time. Job descriptions and productivity have expanded exponentially, without the very necessary bonuses, perqs and fiddles, demanded elsewhere. The gabshite imbecile, Cameron, now suggests that as these workers and others are foolishly discarded to fund the bankers' same very necessary bonuses he should be applauded for breakfasting with the CEOs of Tesco and Sainsburys, who have "promised" - in return for the abolition of planning controls - to "create ten, twenty or thirty thousand new jobs, sometime."
skymadeupnewsandfilth, the Oxbridge cocksuckers at the Beeb, in fact all the reptiles in MediaMinster, including, tentatively, the ghastly, gibbering, unspeakable Ed Moribund, all hail this as the measure by which half a million skilled public sector workers will be gainfully redeployed. Teachers, lecturers, social workers, probation officers, cops, screws, care home workers, librarians and nurses all marched down to Tesco, to learn the methodology of shelf stacking, their incompetent greedybastard chief executives left largely in place, rewarded for their very sensible axe-wielding.
Cameron's latest PR wheeze is an assault not just on all of us, but on Reason itself. Who will, in Ruin's future, teach the awkward, care for the elderly and the vulnerable, monitor and befriend the delinquent, the different ? Yes, that's right, Every Little Helps.
Throw the fucker out on his arse.
A previous PR strategy.
What an ugly, mean-looking shit.
Is that the valet, behind, without a helmet?