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    Public sector gravy train rolls on and on II...

    Post by Guest on Sat 05 Jan 2013, 7:51 pm

    As the original thread was locked for a different reason to the original post I have restarted it because the public sector gravy train really is still rolling on...

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/9774853/100000-pay-offs-for-council-chiefs.html

    Figures released show more than 135 council staff were paid over 100 000 each for severance packages

    No wonder our taxes are so high!

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    Re: Public sector gravy train rolls on and on II...

    Post by papa_umau on Sun 06 Jan 2013, 12:02 pm

    I will never argue that wrongs....wherever they are committed....will never be ameliorated by some rights delivered elsewhere.

    In other words....Each time that this happens in the public sector ( which is wrong ), is just as bad as when it happens in the private sector - if not worse - when many of these private sector services are subsidised by the taxpayer anyway.

    Wrong is wrong wherever it happens !


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    Re: Public sector gravy train rolls on and on II...

    Post by Guest on Sun 06 Jan 2013, 12:17 pm

    It is worse when it happens in the private sector as it is my money.

    As far as the private sector goes, I don't have to buy from a company if I don't agree with its remuneration policy. BIG DIFFERENCE

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