‘Code of Conduct’ states ...
“Care means that we take care of each other, and those we serve, and we aim to make a positive difference to people’s lives.’
In my recent blog, Coronavirus Pest Control, I talked about how “The government is using a massive public health crisis, the Coronavirus epidemic, to siphon billions of pounds into the pockets of friends who have no experience in the field of public health.”
I mentioned a rodent infestion company pocketing a multi-million pound award to get in on the lucrative Coronavirus ‘market’, but forgot to mention SERCO, who have secured a government contract for the Covid contact-tracing programme.
As a hospital patient in 2018, I became aware of Sercos’ presence. Their employees, loving, gentle and caring health workers, once worked directly for the NHS, but as Serco employees, were earning £8 per hour and hadn’t seen a pay rise for ten years. Good news for Serco’s CEO, Rupert Soames CEO, (Winston Churchill’s grandson) with his annual salary of £850,000.
I look forward to the day when we put a Serco prisoner van to good use and take their CEO to prison for profiting off the suffering of the people.