Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Darling's Fault? Paul Gray's Fault? Maybe... But This...?

This extract from the BBC’s PMQ Point by Point.

Mr Cameron said it had been happening for years. He asked: "Does the prime minister feel at all responsible for this?"

Mr Brown said the Tories had supported the merger of Revenue and Customs and wanted to cut its budget even further.


For fuck’s sake…. His greatest justification for the mass rape of the country’s fucking identity details is that “Well it would have been worse with the Tories in charge”.

That says fucking everything doesn’t it. Well not everything, it doesn’t say Gordon Brown is a cunt but I can say that.

How is funding and employment levels anything to do with this? Unless the budget is that tight that they cannot afford the difference between Registered Post and First Fucking Class!

I am a sole trader, there is only me in my business. I have a client base, that client base has confidential information which I have not sent out into the wide, blue yonder.

This isn’t a case of not enough people to do the job, it’s a case of the people not doing their fucking job properly.

If this had happened at Lloyds TSB you wouldn’t see Brown sat their saying that it was the fault of the Tories would you? It’s the fault of the people in charge at HMRC and the Treasury… and that my dear Guttersnipes is the shower of shit on the Labour benches.

1 comment:

The Great Simpleton said...

"Unless the budget is that tight that they cannot afford the difference between Registered Post and First Fucking Class!"

Yep, that's about the long and short of it. In outline it appears that the NAO didn't want all the data, just 200 records and without personal banking details. Some wanker in the HMRC decided that as they would have to pay their IT contractor to "dissagregate" (sic) the data they would send the whole fucking lot to the NAO.

Presumably the NAo would have had to pay for the data to be "disagregated" so you and I would have still paid anyway, it just saved so twats budget.