Thursday, 10 November 2016

Why Would They? They Don't Live Next To These People!

Speaking exclusively to The Argus yesterday Mr Luby said: "He was a nasty inconsiderate drunk old man, but I didn't know until all this happened that he murdered his own mother.
"I am angry that he was allowed to get out of prison and do this.
"But I'm even more angry that the housing association and the probation service didn't do anything about it.
"I complained to them so many times about this man's behaviour.
"I just hope that he has to stay in jail and serve the rest of his life sentence."
The last 'life sentence' he got didn't last too long. Why assume this one will?
Corinne Waterfield, Hyde housing association's head of housing for the south said: ... “Obviously we were shocked to hear about what happened to Mr Luby but are confident that we acted in an appropriate manner under the circumstances.” 
... 
A spokeswoman for the National Probation Service said: ... "A full review into this case is underway. Public protection is our priority and we will carefully consider the findings in this case."
No-one will be held accountable. Call me Nostradamus.

6 comments:

Antisthenes said...

True nobody will be held to account. Progressives and PC have to take most of the blame in that, as it is they that bolster the shielding of public servants and maintain their monopoly on the provision of the services they offer. So that competition would not be incorporated into the system even muting any thoughts of doing so. Competition would open a whole can of worms for them as like for like could be measured. Not a comforting thought for them as any deficiency in the service they offered would quickly become apparent. The result for those who offered poor service would be to be held accountable by losing their job an livelihood.

The pity is the general public do not subscribe to this fact. Instead they support and praise monopolies and often call for further nationalisation. Which makes us the architect of our own misery from receiving poor and inadequate services from the public sector. Demanding change and improvement is useless unless the work environment is put in place that rewards success and punishes failure. The public sector being a collection of monopolies can never accomplish that. Most of it needs privatising.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

You missed out "lessons will be learned".

That's a certainty as well.

Anonymous said...

"Demanding change and improvement is useless unless the work environment is put in place that rewards success and punishes failure."

Punishing success and rewarding failure is a central part of socialism. The lefties still can't work out why it doesn't work.

Stonyground

Andrew Scarborough said...

Antisthenes is right, as my experience with care services goes. When carers are provided and paid for by Social Services/NHS it's over generous to say it's inadequate. When sourced privately the word care actually means something. Perhaps they care for their jobs, more likely those who don't care don't work.

Greencoat said...

'You missed out "lessons will be learned”.


Indeed - and what about "This is a wake-up call."

JuliaM said...

"The pity is the general public do not subscribe to this fact. Instead they support and praise monopolies and often call for further nationalisation. "

The times I've seen commuters claim 'It wasn't like this with British Rail'...!

"Punishing success and rewarding failure is a central part of socialism. The lefties still can't work out why it doesn't work."

Add it to the huge list of things the Left can't work out!

"When carers are provided and paid for by Social Services/NHS it's over generous to say it's inadequate."

Some are good, some bad. But there's no plan to reward the good and ease out the bad. All must have prizes!