26 Mar 2021 09:18
Work for a consulting firm that’s involved heavily in it (fortunately don’t work in the public sector side of the business) and there doesn’t seem to be any slow down or change in attitudes to relentlessly pursuing government money.
Perfect storm of greed and incompetence.
posted 26 Mar 2021 10:10, edited 26 Mar 2021 10:10
Read back a couple of pages, and I have to agree with everything put here - this has to be the one of the worst British governments.
Lacks logical framework, they lack morals & ethics and transparency regarding every issue and continue to lie until it is no longer possible to do so. Even then there are no repercussions and the cycle continues.
There has been significant cuts to research particularly international research which just doesn't tally, whilst they continue to waste millions upon millions money on PR stunts.
I'm not saying I'm a Corbynist, but the way he was bastardised in the media from day , whilst Boris has in essence had an 'easy' ride during his premiership is quite telling of media bias. Shame really.
26 Mar 2021 13:05
i know someone at EY that has just started working on it this week too. something for CV
27 Mar 2021 11:45
UPDATE: At 7.12pm on 26 March 2021, the Home Office released a statement on Twitter which read: “It is wrong to claim the Home Office expenses that have been circulated today are the Home Secretary’s. They are department wide and for vital equipment like PPE. It is completely false to say the Home Office has spent money on beauty products, it was PPE. We make no apology for buying PPE to keep our staff safe during the pandemic. The spending in Primark was for asylum seekers who would have not had appropriate clothing when arriving in the UK. We are committed to delivering the best value for money for the British taxpayer, making sure every pound is spent in the most effective way.”
27 Mar 2021 12:08
How do you spend 5k in primark??!! Mental