Member of Public part 1
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHH I will say this only once. I have been recruited some years back by insane people, who have been trying to gain knowledge of a new radical movement which is gaining ground throughout the UK. I have now become a trusted participant within this movement and am now cleared to make the tea and approve all manner of reforms.
I am no one special, just a fully paid up member of society, good upbringing, not so good at school, slightly better at college, and obtained an apprenticeship tool-making job, have worked constantly from leaving school at 17, finished my engineering career as a production director, paid all my taxes, some of which was at the higher rate, all national insurance, until poor health kicked in at 51. I then worked part time with a charity, at 55 I had to give this up after abdominal surgery; I am now 60 years of age. Drunk very little alcohol (dodgy stomach), never smoked or taken drugs, not a saint, but a law-abiding dad of three boys. Worked my way through bust and boom, high mortgage rates and low savings rates, and have forgotten sooo many politicians.
Please keep my identity secret, or, I will be hounded by the insane people and MOPs wont pay me my expenses.
Whilst the political parties have been having there conferences they have been meeting throughout the country in factories, offices, hospitals and train stations.
I have attached their latest batch of reforms, which will be implemented very soon.
Member of Public (MOP)
Motto- Purgatio Sursum pulmentum gubernationis (clearing up the mess of Government)
from Somewhere in Scotland
Re- Review and decisions of social provision, or Getting something for nothing review. Undertaken by Oldgrouch (leader of MOPs) and approved by Pernikity (deputy leader of MOPs)
To all MOPs,
Johann Lamont, the Leader of the Scottish Labour party (yes really) is calling for a debate on the something for nothing culture of free social care. As a fully paid up member of MOP, I consider it my duty to review and decide on appropriate measures to reduce further the burden on the public purse, and in so doing have reviewed the following (I am sure many other MOPs will think of others).
1) Review of the justice and prison system. Petty offenders, hardened criminals etc who go to court and if found guilty should pay for court time, if sent to prison, the inmates, instead of free bed and breakfast, en-suite rooms, flat screen TVs (you know the kind of conditions many elderly pensioners would love to have), well the guilty people will now have to pay for there stay. Monies to be taken from them as soon as they are earning £21,000 plus, just like university students will possibly have to do in Scotland, and which already happens in England & Wales to pay for university education.
2) Review of National Insurance. Extend National Insurance - money, which should go direct to the health service. National Insurance shall be added to cigarettes and tobacco, all alcohol, high fat and salt content foods. This additional stream of income can then go to fully fund a National Health system, free at the point of need, a system, which came about by a Labour politician who said, “no society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick person is denied medical aid because of lack of means”. —Aneurin Bevan, In Place of Fear, p100. (He attained the position of health minister and deputy leader of the Labour party) therefore, free prescriptions could continue, and the nations health would improve as a result of less binge drinking and smoking therefore saving more money so that the elderly and less able in society can stay in there own homes, if they wish, with proper care.
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