Revealed: How Francis Maude and Chris Grayling are actively working to remove jobs from Britain to terrorist destinations

The transfer of personal data from official collections here to private firms operating in the Developing World, with all the security risks that entailed, was warned about eighteen years ago by Simon Davies in his book Big Brother: Britain’s Web of Surveillance and the New Technological Order (Pan 1996). This is another example were government crony capitalism not endangers personal privacy, but also public sector jobs here in the UK, all for the profit of Maude and Grayling’s business mates.

Westminster Confidential

Francis Maude: Actively encouraging off shoring Whitehall jobs Francis Maude: Actively encouraging off shoring Whitehall jobs

David Cameron and George Osborne have been boasting how many new jobs their new economic recovery has created.

What they haven’t told you is that their Cabinet colleagues are actively working to strip Britain of existing jobs and replace them with new cheap skate jobs overseas, including some countries which have high risks of riots and terrorist attacks. And further the new jobs will mean the transfer of personal data on staff, possibly police and criminal records and the transfer of patient details from GP to GP to a foreign country.

I have written about this in Tribune magazine this weekend. But the two ministers are being very crafty – they are leaving it to a private company to sack the former civil servants and transfer your records and appointing a man who can hold both a Whitehall job and a private…

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