Front line services, presumably not often used by those who axed the funding.
After all, if you need legal advice, hire a solicitor and if you need financial advice, ask a banker, the one you play golf with.
Oh, nearly forgot – if you want to know the time, ask a policeman.
If you can find one.
Continuing in the theme of the Coalition’s unmandated give-away of public assets may I recommend the following:
I shall be adding this resource to my growing reading list. Additionally, it is about time I put some effort into adding content to my Blogspot stream.
The following recommended read from Michael Rosen‘s blog continues and augments a theme covered before in Gogwit’s Blog – that of The Great Public Asset Vanishing Trick.
(If I were better with words I’d have tried to give this a title which would have SCAM as an acronym – perhaps ‘Scandalous Con – Asset Misappropriation’ or some such?)
Please do read and consider following Mr Rosen’s blog, guaranteed thought-provoking.
I present for readers a link received as feedback from a recent piece reblogged from Disabled People Against Cuts via Birmingham Against the Cuts (http://href.li/?http://birminghamagainstthecuts.wordpress.com)
Please do read and support: disseminate, donate to DPAC, or both!