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Topic Title: Communicating with the Department of Culture Media and Sport
Topic Summary: My Conclusion is simple: Scap the Department of Culture Media and Sport
Created On: 18 June 2013 09:01 PM
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 18 June 2013 09:01 PM
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jarathoon

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My conclusion after trying to communicate with the Department Culture Media and Sport and after 6 weeks getting a reply that didn't address my main question over competition.

Scrap it.

Scrap the Digital Economy 2010 Bill in regard to radio.

Add that to Scrap the Energy Bill and Scrap the Current HS2 Plan

Once you start trying to communicate with people in government, you realise that what certain right wing Tories are saying actually makes real sense.

"Shut half of Whitehall and save billions, says Dominic Raab"

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new...ays-Dominic-Raab.html

So Scrap half the Civil service as well - most of them could be doing something much more productive in the real world.

In the MOD over 16,000 procurement staff could be trimmed down to less than 1000. They wouldn't have to get rid of as many frontline soldiers that way. While you are at it, why not move the remaining MOD back office staff to cheaper offices up in Birmingham instead.

Go for a much smaller state as Allister Heath says in the Telegraph

"We need a much smaller state, not an even bigger one - bring on the cuts"

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fin...ring-on-the-cuts.html

The debate has started and certainly in regards to civil service cuts, and cuts to over centralised powers that suffocate business, it is time to put away the scalpel and get out the chainsaw instead.

James Arathoon

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