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Old 10-06-2012, 12:04 PM
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Default Broken Britain under the Tories

Just to say Hi and appreciate being with like minded people,who are appalled by the inhumane way the working class of this country are being treated.Browsing on the net I was drawn here by the ATOS protest there in Wrexham today and the unfortunate guy whom was going to set himself alight,I admire the protest and that individual but his life is worth far more than sacrificing yourself for a radical change that is inevitable.Our campaign nationally will have an affect whether it be now or when the cuts are in place.The situation will not be ignored now or later even if the cuts are watered down,they are a total affront to the people of this country employed or unemployed.I have done some minor research and have publicised it on my website,why not air your comments in public,feel free to comment.
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Old 10-06-2012, 12:27 PM
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Old 10-06-2012, 01:09 PM
 
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I know the answer! Let's import millions of foreign workers who will work for less and won't want silly things like decent working conditions or an employment contract. Oh, wait, we've tried that one and look where it got us.
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:11 PM
 
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The country has been broken for 40 years. With exception of the staff under Major/blair and their work on northern ireland peace process, all the main parties have created more and more divides resulting in more and more breaks.

All major political parties are to blame for a broken britain.

The foreign workers issue is a red herring... it was homegrown 'talent' in the banks that caused the countries to go into recession.

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Old 10-14-2012, 01:12 PM
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It started under Wilson whose adviser Goldsmith when inflation was at 27% advised him to sell infrastructure off for property development that started the slippery slope to rely more heavily on the city and financial dealings rather than manufacture and industry ,which decimated our export market standing,hence no jobs and heavy reliance on trading with the EU.Total mismanagement by successive governments.
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Old 10-14-2012, 09:39 PM
 
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The decline of UK manufacturing is one of the biggest lies of all time and does both Labour and the unions a disservice in terms of credibility when they rattle on about it. I.e. they go for the populist fear factor over actual facts & evidence.

Both in terms of output and value UK manufacturing has improved since Wilson's second term, it just got better at efficiency, hence why so many jobs have gone.

check office for national statistics...
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http://www.pwc.co.uk/assets/pdf/ukma...ing-300309.pdf

Manufacturing in Britain - Google Books
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:37 PM
 
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What about the 13-years under Labour?
Perhaps everyone's forgotton factory after factory closing under Labour? One of 3 E.U countries which didn't put a cap on migrant workforce etc?
They left us bankrupt, just like they left us bankrupt everytime they've come to power.

They just had 13-years and were a nightmare. Broken Britain under the Tories my @rse!
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:38 AM
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ANOTHER LIE
Cameron is lying when he says Welfare Reform is needed to shore up the economy ,granted at its present rate it will eventually spiral out of control through their lack of positive moves on immigration ,overseas aid and illegal wars .As Churchill said a lie will travel the world before the truth gets its pants on .Labour did not leave the country in the mess peddled by the Tories ,in fact it was reducing the deficit when it was in power .Labour inherited a deficit in 1977 of 3.9% and by 2008 had reduced this to 2.1%.Cameron is playing the blame game ,to depress confidence and growth to justify austerity .Peddling this to the public will weaken their thrust in Labour over economic issues ,thus giving them a second term in power to carry on their draconian acts against the general populace .Goebbels said “the bigger the lie the more it is believed”
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:20 AM
 
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firstly, re migrant/immigrant workers - less jobs for the local workforce.. Please provide statistics to back this claim up? and how does it have an adverse effect on the local manufacturing industry ?? After all, if the IMF are now saying that for each 1 pound of austerity then loses the economy another amount of between 90p to 1 pound 70 (see IMF: Austerity is much worse for the economy than we thought) therefore obviously extra migrants means more pounds, adds to an economy and creates more jobs rather than takes away.

secondly, all the major political parties are to blame, because they have all been about personal greed since the 1970s (if not earlier i.e. objectivism, the beliefs of author ayn rand in the 1950s, etc.)
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Old 10-26-2012, 03:45 AM
 
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firstly, re migrant/immigrant workers - less jobs for the local workforce.. Please provide statistics to back this claim up? and how does migrant workers have an adverse effect on the local manufacturing industry ?? After all, if the IMF are now saying that for each 1 pound of austerity then loses the economy another amount of between 90p to 1 pound 70 (see IMF: Austerity is much worse for the economy than we thought) therefore obviously extra migrants means more pounds, adds to an economy and creates more jobs rather than takes away.

Secondly, all the major political parties are to blame, because they have all been about personal greed since the 1970s (if not earlier i.e. objectivism, the beliefs of author ayn rand in the 1950s, etc.)

There were hardly any differences in the deficit reducing austerity plans put forward by the major political parties at the last election and therefore tories and labour in power would have resulted in "broken Britain".


And since 1979, both the tories and labour fell over themselves competing for who was the most neoliberalist in freeing financial markets, even though this system was shown to fail in south east in 1997, ten years before it happened in the US and europe.
1997 Asian financial crisis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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