Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Rehash Brown

Do I detect a rehashed announcement in the PM’s speech today?

Brown will announce a £36m boost to the funding of Family Intervention Projects.

FIPs, as they’re known, threaten a problem family with eviction if they don’t improve behaviour, while giving them intense one-on-one support to sort out problems in the meantime.

The PM will say he wants the number of families dealt with by FIPs to jump from 5,000 each year to 10,000, or 20,000 over the two years the new cash will cover.

Hold on a second news-hounds, check this Express story out from July.

Here’s hoping he has something more original up his sleeve for his ‘make or break’ speech.

1 comment:

BigBossMan said...

They've got nothing left, no money, no policies, no chance.

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