STRATEGIC ASSESSMENT- The arrogance of the British prime minister created war in the Russia-Ukraine war and now the impact of the country’s economy is starting to go bankrupt.
Looks like he’s not good at taking foreign policy,Russia-Ukraine war he should reconcile looking for a solution but he created a new war between the western world and Russia.
This is a review of the Signs of Bankruptcy in England:
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told his ministers to prepare plans to bring the number of staff in their departments up to 2016 levels, Sky News reports. According to the channel, such a move involves laying off more than 90,000 government workers, which should save the British treasury 3.5 billion pounds a year.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, during an offsite government meeting held on Thursday in Stoke-on-Trent, instructed his cabinet ministers to draw up plans to reduce the staff of their departments to the level of 2016 within a month, Sky News reports.
As noted in the material on the channel’s website, such a reduction will affect about a fifth of the employees of ministries, the total number of which at the moment is about 475 thousand people. The government has already calculated that this move will save the treasury about 3.5 billion pounds a year.
Commenting on Johnson’s initiative, Brexit Opportunity and Government Efficiency Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg told Sky News that the government was only trying to “get back to normal” as it was forced to recruit additional staff “for specific tasks” that first arose during the exit process .
United Kingdom from the European Union, and then in connection with the cornavirus pandemic. At the same time, the official stressed that he does not consider the reduction to be a return to the austerity policy that the British government adhered to after the financial crisis of 2007-2008, since now the government is “only returning to the level of efficiency at which we were in 2016. ”
Rees-Mogg says the easiest way to get headcount up to target levels is to put a hold on recruiting, as up to 38,000 people leave the civil service each year. In addition, individual departments will be able to reduce the staff due to the wider introduction of automation and technology, the minister said.
According to Sky News, Rees-Mogg arrived at his morning briefing with reporters accompanied by a group of advisers. When this was pointed out to the minister and asked if he really needed that many people to be present, he replied: “They don’t all work directly for me. They are subordinate to the Cabinet Office, and only two of them are my special advisers .
Boris Johnson is facing increasing public pressure over the cost of living crisis as inflation soared to its highest level in over three decades, and Conservative party allies are demanding he cut taxes while Labor blames his complete lack of ideas.
The news of possible layoffs has provoked an angry reaction from civil servants’ unions, which have already been in conflict with the government lately because it is trying to return workers who switched to “remote” during the pandemic back to the offices, the Sky website writes.
In particular, the Secretary General of the Union of FDA Officials and Civil Servants Dave Penman said that in order to bring states to the level of 2016, the government will have to make difficult decisions about which specific departments will be reduced – and if there is no clear plan for this will, the initiative will turn out to be either another stunt to divert the attention of the press, or a “reckless and merciless” demolition of government agencies “without regard to consequences” .(RED).