Thursday, 7 February 2008


One of the most obvious signs of a bureaucracy gone mad in Britain is the amount of time the Police have to spend on form-filling. This Red Tape seriously hinders their ability to catch criminals.
A new report seems to be accepting this, but does it offer sensible cuts in Red Tape? No. It suggests 90% of Police tasks in this area could better be done by civilians, releasing 3,000 Police back onto the streets.
No plans to cut the tape, then – just increase the bureaucracy. And how long would it then be before it was decided they could cut Police numbers? Not long I’ll bet. So here we go: another problem highlighted – and bad answer suggested.

© Anthony North, February 2008

Must read this - HISTORY OF MAN

Narrated in short, accessible posts, why not take a look at my History of Man? Rather than concentrating on specific events, I attempt to show the 'patterns' of history, thus showing clearly how we got to today.
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