Has Phil Woolas lost his "marbles"

  hssutton 13:52 08 Dec 2009

When he says, "immigration officials were "putting their lives on the line" for the country" As he defends bonuses?

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  wiz-king 14:05 08 Dec 2009

Some of the immigration staff may do hazardous jobs - but not the senior officials manning their desks.

  spuds 14:06 08 Dec 2009

Another one of 'our' ministers who requires a serious reality check, about the blue wide yonder.

If I have read this right, then it is the senior office bods that are in line for the bonuses, and not the "putting their lives on the line" foot soldiers.

  canarieslover 14:21 08 Dec 2009

'Not fit for purpose' was the verdict on their performance and yet they still think they are worth bonuses instead of P45's. If any of the employers that I worked for had made that decision about me, I would have expected to be signing on the dole, not getting a raise.

  peter99co 14:26 08 Dec 2009

Another candidate for the chop in the next election?

Think tank says: 'A million public sector jobs must go'

Is he on the top of the list?

  Cymro. 17:40 08 Dec 2009

I heard John Humphreys put him in his place on the Today program on Radio4 this morning.

  morddwyd 21:06 08 Dec 2009

"Another candidate for the chop in the next election? "

With an 8%+ majority?

That would be one heck of a swing.

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