Sunday, 27 July 2014
NICK CLEGG SCHEME OF YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FAILED Update 6 June,2016
UPDATE: 6 June, 2016
The message of this story reminded us that there are so many schemes since 2010 all ending up in failure. Every time costing the taxpayers £1million or more. Is it really failure or is there some method in the madness to put money in a scheme and then let it fail? What happened to the money every time it has failed? Doubting it has been put back.
There is another failed scheme and this time from Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, established in 2012 for young people to find work. The Youth Contract was to help young people to be employed. At the beginning of the scheme they managed to get 5,000 under-25s to finished their six-month placements. It had not been revealed whether they were employed permanently after that.This was only a fraction of what was planned for younger people to be permanently employed. The full scheme supposed to have created jobs for 160,000 in a period of three years.
Looking back now the scheme shows nothing but to be a failure. It cost the taxpayers, of course, £1billion which would have been a great help in their struggle to put food on their table, if it was spend on them. No doubt the intention was good to get young people into employment but where lays the fault which led to a failure? Is it the fault of employees? Did they get an incentive to employ and train youngster?
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There are questions to be answered. After all it was £1billion of taxpayers money. It has been noted that when the government's schemes fail, and there are too many by now, there is never an explanation given to the public. Nor any evidence given whether the money was returned. It is high time the government is being made responsible for their action.
The government has wasted so much money and because it is not theirs but the taxpayers they do not seem to treat it more responsible. Money which would have kept the people from starvation or loosing their homes because they cannot pay rent or mortgages any longer due to too low wages.