Saturday, 28 January 2012

Give that man a bonus!

Just listening to Radio 4's Any Questions programme, debating the benefits cap. David Blunkett on the panel said he wholeheartedly supported the Working Families Everywhere programme - without disclosing the fact that he is paid by A4e. Well done, David.


  1. Isn't that amazing? Someone who get paid by a company who provides Working Families Everywhere, Agreeing its a good thing.

  2. I've been sent a fascinating story (in two parts) by an anonymous contributor about his experience of being sent on a training course. I'm not going to publish it as it is, because it's too specific. If the poster would like to leave a comment with his email address (which I won't, of course, publish) we could work out how to edit it.


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