Fragile Working | Why the public sector coped with Covid better than the private sector

The Government has made a massive mess of it’s response to Coronavirus. An unmitigated disaster. Boris Johnson and his team prioritised managing the news cycle over managing the virus; too many eye catching announcements without any actual thought about whether they would work. With so many gaffes it’s hard to pick a low point, but… Read More Fragile Working | Why the public sector coped with Covid better than the private sector

The slow death of Government outsourcing | Criminal Justice

There has been a lot of noise about HMG handing out contracts to private companies during the Coronavirus crisis without proper tendering. Lots of these contract awards are actually pretty sensible; emergency contracts for ventilators and testing services. There are however some eye watering contracts being awarded, including over £100m for the supply of PPE… Read More The slow death of Government outsourcing | Criminal Justice

From genocide denial to Black Lives Matter | How the far left took over

Munira Mirza has been appointed to lead the Governments inquiry into racism in Britain. While she is little know outside of political circles her appointment has caused widespread shock. Mirza doesn’t believe that institional racism exists, and is a strong defender of Boris Johnson comments about letterboxes and watermelon smiles. This is typical of her… Read More From genocide denial to Black Lives Matter | How the far left took over