Miliband promises changes over Falkirk row
After assessments many people may benefit from changes, such as the situation with PPI.
08:15 10 July 2013
Many people are wondering about the Falkirk row and whether or not the voting situation is being handled properly.
There certainly may be aspects that need to change, but just as PPI was initially a valid concept, limiting the candidates to those who were available before Eric Joyce stepped down was also mostly likely a valid concept.
This only seems fair to avoid the possibility of schemes for putting certain people in Commons. Changes will be proposed for the way the situation has been handled, just as PPI was afforded changes as well.
Here were a few of the changes that people saw from the PPI situation:
- Improved qualification determination—since one of the main factors for people were that they paid premiums for a service they never qualified to receive due to such things as employment status, one of the more important changes was the requirement for ensuring potential customers met all the eligibility requirements. Some customers had never realized that their PPI coverage would not have offered any protection if they needed it because they signed up while unemployed.
- Certain responses—one of the other ways that the PPI situation changed, was the need for actual responses. Some people were signed up without their permission. There are a variety of ways to monitor this such as recording understanding and acceptance of the product so a record of acceptance can be produced if it is questioned later.
- Underhanded methods—other people had reported being told blatantly incorrect information in an effort to entice them to sign up for the PPI coverage. They were even given the idea that it was necessary due to some companies requiring sales percentages for the PPI service. Those requirements were changed once the methods being used to coerce customers were brought into the light.