June 10th, 2012

The battle’s not over yet

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As regards yesterday’s post, it seems I’m not the only one questioning the rationale (other than offering rewards for doing what the government wants) behind wanting lawyer Tom Winsor as the new Inspector of Constabulary.

For those saying he won’t do a worse job as an HMIC than previous police jobs, I don’t recall many HMICs raping the service as thoroughly as Winsor is doing right now, what’s he gonna be like if he has full control? You can only judge than on what he’s done so far. I woudn’t have thought that criticism of the decision to try and appoint him in the role would be that hard to find.

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  1. Asitis says:

    Ginger Tom will be Imelda May’s batty boy on the inside sussing out the roles for further privatisation of the police.

    June 11th, 2012 at 01:10

  2. shijuro says:

    He told the BBC’s Breakfast With Frost programme, that ministers and civil servants had “interfered” in the day to day operations of the railways.

    His controversial five-year term comes to an end on 5 July. A lower profile six-member board will replace him.

    Lol…so he used to think it’s a bad idea to have people that have no experience meddling in affairs that they have no idea about,…

    That was before he earned £200k for doing it of course… Ahem…

    June 11th, 2012 at 10:26

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