Links to the Invitations to Tender for Workfare

Jess has kindly provided the links to Jobcentre Plus for the invitations to tender for the new Workfare contracts around Britain and in East London:

‘The tender invitations for workfare in E London!’

The first actually gives you the contact and tender invitation documents for a number of regions up and down the country, including the North and Wales. I’m putting them up in case anyone wants to examine these documents to tackle how the government is presenting this new assault on the liberty and dignity of the poor and unemployed. They also give the contact details of the individuals operating the tender process, if anyone wants to contact them to protest about the policy. If you, please be polite and don’t make any threats. It’s the system we want to bring down, rather than simply intimidating people. Besides, it’s counterproductive. Any threats made will be used by the government to prevent further information about workfare and the companies using it from reaching the public, as well as justify further infringements of civil liberties.

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10 Responses to “Links to the Invitations to Tender for Workfare”

  1. sdbast Says:

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

  2. chriswaynepoetry Says:

    I just click on the second link and it’s saying that this page can no longer be found.

    • beastrabban Says:

      It’s not working for me, either, Chriswayne. I don’t know whether there’s something wrong with the link, or if the page has been taken down.

      • Joanna Says:

        I’ve got it! Simply type the link into google and voila it will appear, if not just press the cached thingy and you will have it. Not much disappears from the net once it is there!!

      • beastrabban Says:

        Thanks, Joanna.

  3. Joanna Says:

    You are welcome! Will you let me know if it works for you please? It is just one more thing I can feel positive from if I am right.

  4. Mike Sivier Says:

    Reblogged this on Vox Political.

  5. david Says:

    I hope no one notices the district manager JCP contact email addresses PDF bottom of page on 1st link.Can only think how many complaints would be emailed direct about other JCP issues

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