Opinion – Conservatives back-track on £60m pledge for primary school breakfasts | The Independent – John Gelmini

More incompetence from ‘strong and stable’ land

Dr Alf's Blog

As a Conservative I find Mrs May’s Manifesto a joke.

School breakfast and dinner should be free because with proper nutrition children can learn and perhaps gain enough skills to earn a living in the future in a role not easily undertaken by a robot or automation.

The alternative is the dole which costs money.

Jamie Oliver the celebrity chef has been trying to make these points to Blair, Brown and now May plus her officials and civil servants.

They are commonsense points but seemingly lost on these brain dead people.

One does not need to be a Chartered Accountant with a Doctorate in Business Administration like Dr Alf to know that “Strong and Stable Leadership” cannot be delivered unless you cost and decision tree your programmes for risk and impact.

This has not been done which is insulting people’s intelligence…

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3 thoughts on “Opinion – Conservatives back-track on £60m pledge for primary school breakfasts | The Independent – John Gelmini

  1. And here they are going to cut Meals on Wheels – a program that ensures elderly get at least one hot meal a day delivered to their home if they are housebound and in need of aid. How awfully extravagant it is to feed our most vulnerable.

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      1. It’s frightening how fast it happened. Had we all been sleeping and lulled into thinking once change occurred, we were safe? I have to believe this rapid denigration will only strengthen us if we stand strong.

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