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  • #38500
    peterdelamothe
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    I know feelings run high so I allow a lot of leeway on this thread but there are limits on the politics. Hbinfo is and remains impartial. Highlighting the real problems in Welfare Reform is fine of course but other issues are not really what we are about (however interesting!). So please no “personal” comments about Ministers etc. I will delete them without reference. Irony and comedy is fine ….and more fun too!!

    Please also be careful about what information you quote and ensure you have permission to do so if you are on a working group etc.

     

    Peter 😐 8) :steve:

    #108604
    michaelh
    Participant

    It must be hard to remain impartial Peter but I respect you and the other administrators for remaining so

    Mike

    #112721
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Apologies from me, Peter, for using an alternative name for the noble Lord Freud.Your point is well made and protects the integrity of the site.

    #112738
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Apologies from me as well. I thought the ‘kinship reference was comedy. A humorous placement of an apostrophe was the intention. I’m not the funniest bloke I’ve ever met though 🙂

    #112791
    Kay_Tade
    Participant

    [quote=peterdelamothe]So please no “personal” comments about Ministers etc. I will delete them without reference.[/quote]

    It’s difficult not to be personal, my welfare rights education, short as it may be, says politics and benefits go hand in hand.

    BUT I agree it does not need to be personal because it would not matter the “person/s” residing in 10 or 11, forget how we all voted/who we all voted for, it’s a case of solving a “problem” so there is no need for that.

    I’m sure everyone is agreed there is one, a “problem” with the current state of affairs? Welfare state…

    #112986
    renato
    Participant

    “I’m sure everyone is agreed there is one, a “problem” with the current state of affairs? Welfare state…”

    what do you mean?

    #112989
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Surely the issue is the state of welfare, or at least how it will be in the future, rather than the welfare state. 😉

    #113083
    renato
    Participant

    I’m not sure Iain I think it was an argument to lose ones own job!

    #277600
    leonardpayne
    Participant

    I suppose one could argue, that anything handed over to central government is bound to go wrong 🙂

    #278836
    markg
    Participant

    Holy thread resurrection ,Batman!

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