Ending the quango farce
Once again we have to look across the water to the UK to see how political decisions can not just be made quickly but acted upon with real speed and purpose.
In this case it is quangos, the quasi autonomous non-governmental organisations that dot our political, social, economic and cultural landscape.
Many do an excellent job. Indeed we need them. Many, sadly, are no more than the reserve of the political appointee who has little or nothing to bring to the job.