Reading a report yesterday, it looks like this new government means business, which can only appear to be a good thing in the pre-elections 'listening to the people' procedures.
Many quangos and their representatives must be getting some very worrying indications as to their job security, and perhaps not before time.
But I do ask myself if any replacements are in the making, will these be better or worse for the public on the whole. In previous times, when changes have been made, it always seemed that the public faired out far poorer instead of better.
What worries me at the moment, is the contractual obligations of some of these people, and how will they fair, because going on the previous banker's saga, seemed to have indicated that 'higher' rewards were and always had been on the table if redundancies or dismissal occurred.
I put forward a very simple question: Will these changes save money or will they cost more in the long run to administer. And will real benefits be seen to be done. Because going a little further, some council's and 'others' seemed to have abused the way laws and safeguards were intended.
But then again, thats just me thinking out aloud :O(