I am aware that IDS is trying his best to sort out very difficult events going on in the UK at the moment. But why does he and other politicians not admit this, £130m will need to be written off because of IT problems associated with his Universal Credit. There has long been an IT Skills shortage, it started with everything being sent off to foreign climates, then it was decided that IT was not important so stopped funding of any IT training. Universal Credit is supposed to be about computerising the whole process, instead they will need to find 37,000 extra people to administer it.
This guy has it right
By JD Schramm*
In my TED Talk, I acknowledged for the first time that, in 2003, I tried to end my life. I wanted to share this in a public setting because 19 out of 20 people who attempt suicide will fail — and those that make the difficult decision to come back to life need openness from their loved ones and a lot of resources. Perhaps that’s what you are in need of right now.
[ted_talkteaser id=1167]My journey cannot be your journey. And while there are probably great gaps in our specific experiences, there is likely some overlap too. In the process of thinking about my experience, a few themes have emerged which I think have a more universal application. If you have others, by all means add them to the list; if some of these do not work for you, then simply attempt the ones which do.
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