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By Tony Collins
It’s supposed to be mandatory for Whitehall departments to produce business cases. They show that big projects are “unequivocally” affordable and will work as planned.
But Computer Weekly said yesterday that the Department for Work and Pensions has not yet submitted a full business case for Universal Credit although the programme has been running for six years.
The result is that the Universal Credit IT programme may be the first big government computer project to have reached the original completion date before a full business case has been finalised.
Its absence suggests that the Department for Work and Pensions has not yet been able to produce a convincing case to the Treasury that the IT programme will either work or be affordable when it is due to roll out to millions of claimants.
The absence also raises a question of why the Department for Work and Pensions was able to award contracts and…
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Labour Has The Right Idea Offering Dedicated NHS Workers A Much-Needed Pay Rise | The Huffington… – Linkis.com
In yesterday’s PMQs session – the last one before the General Election – Theresa May and a succession of Tory MPs repeated one phrase, with very slight variations, ad nauseam:
strong and stable government
strength and stability
Given Theresa May’s stammering and twitchy performance – which seems to have worsened since she called the election – the Tories succeeded only in making themselves look silly, but presumably they were hoping to give the media no other soundbite to work with.
You couldn’t have a clear case of calling black white and up down, however.
Have you ever met one of those people that can’t stop telling you how good, or rich, or important they are – and you just know they’re over-compensating for a complete lack of whatever it is they want you to believe about them?
That’s Theresa May and the Tories at the moment. They’re…
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The right-wing media has been hiding the truth about Labour’s opinion polling. So we’ve printed it [IMAGES] | The Canary
Watch as a factory worker being talked at by hapless Theresa May is revealed to be wearing ear plugs!
There is an extraordinary video tweeted by independent publication The Pileus which shows a nervous Theresa May visiting a factory in Wales which has been temporarily purged of all but two of its workers:
But even more hilariously, one of the factory workers being talked at by May is actually wearing ear plugs:
Can’t blame him really …
Thanks to eagle-eyed Carole Hawkins for noticing this.