Monthly Archives: July 2014

Eighteenth letter to the Lord Chancellor

Eighteenth letter to the Lord Chancellor,

Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice,

Mr Chris Grayling MP,

30th July 2014.

Dear Lord Chancellor,

There has been a revolution in the workplace up and down this country. The behaviour of bosses has dramatically improved and this has been achieved by a simple adjustment to policy made by you in July 2013. Figures just released compare employment tribunal claims made between January and March 2014 with the same period in 2013. Continue reading

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Seventeenth Letter to the Lord Chancellor

Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice,

Mr Chris Grayling MP,

22nd July 2014,

Dear Lord Chancellor,

Well you survived the reshuffle you old dog. It’s no surprise to me that you have kept your job given things are going so well at the MOJ with you at the helm.

Prisons policy
1. Prison officer numbers have been cut by 30% between 2010 and 2013 (27,650 down to 19,325).
2. 18 jails have closed in that period with a reduction of 6,500 places.
3. But there has been a recent sharp rise in the prison population. Continue reading

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