What Every Member of the Public Needs to Know

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  1. Scary stuff Alan. You are absolutely right about standing together . The government are relying on the fact that we are each so concerned with our own neck of the wood that we fail to see the big picture. Slowly its beginning to emerge as people put the puzzle together but time is fast running out. So concerted and coordinated campaigning is needed now someone or some body has to begin to make that stand.

  2. martin says:

    While I agree with you and everybody else highlighting what is going on you along with everybody else has failed to mention the humble prison office. We have been under attack from this and the last governments. I have always been told that I will have low pay rises as my pension is considered part of my renumeration but now I find that I will have to pay for this and work till 68. The POA has been fighting yearly cuts for over a decade and the ever present threat of market testing and private prisons. But as we are more forgotten than those we have in our care we do not make the news or spark the public interest. I do a difficult job and face the possibility of assault on a daily basis and every year there are less of us and more of them. It would be nice to be recognised.

    • I’m sorry Martin, I wasn’t ignoring you, I was unaware of the Prison Officers’ plight, but quite why I don’t know as you’re obviously suffering at the hands of this ConDem chumocracy the same as all of the other public services. This just makes matters worse, and thew big picture even bigger. I pull what remains of my hair out some days trying to work out an action plan, but at the moment I just think it’s important that the greater public are made aware, not only of what is going on, but the fact that it is all happening at the same time. and all has to be wrapped up before the next election as the next government won’t be able to afford to undo it.

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