BS is Back

After a terrible couple of weeks of contempt and mocking, what does the government do? Throw in some BS of course. With £600 million found for the Big Society Bank, Cameron told a crowd at the London Stock Exchange:

“Change is always difficult. There are sceptics to convince, vested interests to overcome and arguments to be won… The top-down state controlled monoliths have failed. “

It sounds more like an attack on the Civil Service. With Steve Hilton departing tomorrow, the “sceptics” are now running the show…


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