What should a charity be able to say without being accused of being "political"? I'm comfortable that charities should not be party political. On the other hand, when a charity speaks out about the impact of government policy, whatever the party in power, it opens itself up to attack.
Maybe its because I've hit 40 that I've developed this 'what is the world coming to?' response to much of what I hear in the news. You know the feeling? Its similar to the one when you don't recognise any of the celebs on the front of Hello! magazine any more.
The decision to hand over the court interpreting contract to Capita is simply yet another example of the bull-headed belief that subcontracting out services to private firms always leads to a sleeker, more efficient service.
Ministers have been accused of leaving "glaring holes" in fraud controls on welfare-to-work firm A4e as one of its contracts
The Government has terminated a contract with welfare-to-work firm A4e after deciding that continuing would be "too great
Welfare-to-work company A4e has paid back thousands of pounds to the Government after uncovering a number of "irregular" claims
The government has launched an investigation into an allegation of attempted fraud against welfare to employment agency A4e
Ministers are facing fresh questions as to how welfare-to-work entrepreneur Emma Harrison came to be appointed David Cameron's