The welfare to work ‘charity’ responsible for sending unemployed workers to sleep under a bridgeduring the Queen’s Jubilee have strong links with the Tory Party and have long operated as charitable front for the political aims of the business sector.
Tomorrow’s People was established by booze giant Grand Metropolitan PLC – now Diageo – way back in 1984 with the aim of becoming an ‘expert intermediary between government, businesses and job-seekers.’ Whilst the charity has remained technically independent, it has still derived much of it’s funds from Diageo and still retains a former Diageo director on it’s board.
The Chief Executive of tax dodging bastards Diageo is Paul Walsh, who recently paid a considerable sum for dinner at Chequers with David Cameron, something the Tories apparently attempted to hush up.
Tomorrow’s People’s chairman, David Stewart, spent much of his career at accountancy firm Deloittes where he was a former board member. Deloittes recently teamed up with Ingeus to become one of the largest welfare to work companies in the UK and prime contractors for the Government’s flagship ‘Work Programme’ scheme.