‘Failing Grayling has no honour and May has no authority, so he still has a job’
The worst of an incompetent Tory bunch, Cabinet Minister Chris “Failing” Grayling is an expensive blunderer our country simply cannot afford.
Reversing his disastrous probation privatisation is landing taxpayers with a bill topping £500million – and the fact he remains in Government is a symbol of a wasteful, useless Tory regime.
People died as a result of the Conservatives’ probation privatisation blunder when murder rates increased.
We’ll sleep more soundly when the monitoring and supervision of offenders is again a publicly operated and owned service.
Reckless Grayling, who awarded a Brexit ferry contract to a firm without ships, would resign if he had a gram of honour or be sacked if Theresa May had an ounce of authority.
Privatised probation is proof that key public services are best kept public. And Grayling is evidence the Tories should be out of power.
Exploiting the clearly troubled and vulnerable on a TV freak show was a rubber-necking ratings success but the morality was always dubious.
ITV’s decision to remove all episodes of The Jeremy Kyle Show after the death of a guest is vindicated by complaints from others who appeared or worked on the programme.
We’d no longer tolerate gawping by visitors invited to see lunatics in Bedlam and in 21st Century Britain it isn’t kind to be cruel.
Television bosses must think carefully about what happens next.
Tory wannabe Liz Truss should listen to hardworking business owners in her Norfolk backyard who want the Minister to save high streets by forcing tax-avoiding internet giants to pay their way.
Her slim chance of succeeding Theresa May might even improve a fraction if she devoted half as much time to saving our shops as the Tory egotist does to shameless self-promotion.
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