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Let’s Put Dave The Taxman On The Dole

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Collect Your P45 On The Way Out

Who is this pompous, conceited, arrogant, Boris Johnson lookalike?

He’s Dave Hartnett, Permanent Secretary at Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs. He’s refusing to apologise for getting tax deductions wrong for six million British taxpayers.

Just who the hell does he think he is?   We’re back to Sir Humphrey and lazy, fatcat incompetence and corruption again.  You’d think the civil service would have managed to drag itself entirely out of the 19th century by now wouldn’t you?  Not this prize plonker.  Maybe because his overgrown schoolboy, pudding basin haircut is just as messy as Boris’ he thinks he’ll endear himself to the British public?  Hogwash.  He’s the very opposite of Boris.  He represents everything that’s bad about Britain – self-satisfied, smug, deluded, living in the past.

I say let’s get him sacked.  Let’s create the biggest outcry against a useless civil sevant that the country has ever seen.  Let’s lose Mr Hartnett his job.  Let’s put him in his place – in the queue at the Jobcentre.  Then we’ll see who’s a cocky, scruffy, little git won’t we?

Alistair Darling And The Rest – Liars, Cheats And Thieves

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What exactly is it that entitles cabinet ministers to have their accountants’ fees paid for by the taxpayer?

All nine ministers must be sacked and the police brought in to investigate.  There is not the slightest excuse for this blatant thievery.

Scumbag Thief

Scumbag Thief

This is perhaps the most disgraceful episode of all.  While you can argue (well you can try)  that duck houses and food bills have something to do with a second home which is necessitated by Parliamentary duties, claiming your accountants fees on expenses is nothing short of cheating the taxpayer.

Alistair Darling, Jacqui Smith, Hazel Blears, David Miliband, James Purnell, Douglas Alexander, Geoff Hoon and Hilary Benn – you are liars, cheats and thieves.  You should all be behind bars.

Stop Police!

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We have now reached the tipping point.  Enough is enough.  The disgraceful oppression at the Gaza demonstration in Kensington, Ian Tomlinson’s death, the six-foot plus thug who beats five-foot minus women, the deliberate disguise of identity, the arrogant invasion of the mother of parliaments, the Stasi-like investigation of Damian Green extending to Shami Chakrabati.  Stop Police!

I respect the challenge and difficulty of the job you do and the vital necessity of your role.  There will always be more good policemen than bad but, yet again, you are losing our trust.  Now is the time to stop, sort out the bad apples and start afresh before the problem becomes systemic.  There is a failure of command and leadership as well so I expect some policemen to go to prison, some policemen to be sacked, some required to resign and some to be disciplined.

How Can the BBC Get It So Wrong Again…And Again

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You’re going to be sacked now aren’t you Mr DG?  What are you – some sort of Zionist Nazi collaborator?  Your judgement is so poor, so out of touch, so utterly incompetent.  Move on and let someone with some intelligence and wisdom take the helm of this great organisation that deserves so much better.

Written by Peter Reynolds

January 26, 2009 at 10:24 pm

Sharon Shoesmith Must Go

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These people in Haringey Social Services and, apparently, so many civil servants, misled and misguided by their political masters, are completely out of touch with reality.

On the most trivial level of all, Sharon Shoesmith’s incompetent handling of the media and her department’s communications, mean she must be sacked.  We don’t even need to get involved in the more serious matters.  Just in this alone she has demonstrated her inability to do the job for which she is paid.  Sack her now!

She is responsible for what happened to Baby P.  Not directly but that is the whole point of management – to achieve results through others.  She should have had in place the recruitment, training and monitoring policies with safeguards and double checks at every level that would have made these events impossible.

It is demeaning, humiliating and just plain wrong to see these so called “professionals” ducking and diving to disguise their failures and save their skins.

Sack Sharon Shoesmith now!