Quangos sentence examples

  • bonfire of the quangos ' promised by Ron Davies several years ago.

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  • At the moment, we know that we can go to see the Chief Executives and the board members of the relevant quangos.

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  • Councils, health boards and quangos will be ordered to cut waste and eliminate duplication.

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  • indefensible decisions by the Government and its quangos.

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  • There's no need setting up even more Quangos to solve the problem, when many of the delivery mechanisms are already in place.

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  • Yet the money is handed out by appointed quangos.

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  • Nevertheless, we do not want to create more quangos for the sake of it.

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  • According to a Parliamentary Answer I obtained last month, since 1997 we have had 29 new quangos established in Scotland.

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  • There has been no great bonfire of unelected quangos, indeed far from it.

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  • Hence we have centralizing of local services into the control of pseudo regional quangos.

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  • And I will be attempting to stop the various left-wing quangos telling the police what to do, how to do their job.

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  • Setting up new quangos does not guarantee good performance.

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  • Hospital Doctor reports anger among the BMA and grass-roots doctors over Government plans to merge health service quangos.

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  • John Reid promised to half the number of NHS quangos to save £ 500m.

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  • wasteful bureaucracy of Quangos.

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  • A fascinating insight into the wasteful bureaucracy of Quangos.

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