Tag Archives: Keiser Report

Deregulating crime

ISO accreditation is sometimes sold as “cutting red tape”.  Any sufferer knows that it cuts government red tape to replace it with much more UKAS red tape.  To understand how such nonsense is sold to governments it is helpful to consider Rowan … Continue reading

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Max Keiser analyses the NHS privatisation – “The new industrial revolution!”

Stacy Herbert observes that the NHS delivers healthcare for half the cost of the USA.  Therefore healthcare companies are losing profit.  Hence the Health and Social Care Act that requires private tendering to privatise the NHS.  Max Keiser declares it … Continue reading

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What’s the point of a food safety quango that couldn’t save us from eating stallion burgers?

Click through and read what Leo McKinstry has written of the ongoing horse meat crime scandal: What’s the point of a food safety quango that couldn’t save us from eating stallion burgers? A reader’s comment explains how the Food Standards … Continue reading

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Rebooting management?

“A programmer can re-program a computer. No one can reprogram a society. Those who try are first called revolutionaries, then tyrants, and finally failures.” Americans promulgated the MBA-style management errors measuring everything against profit. Britons countered with command-and-control policies and … Continue reading

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