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Tory Cabinet Thread


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On 05/12/2023 at 15:29, littletedwest said:

Could wind up a few thick racists by saying that the government is demanding that foreigners earn 38k while us poor British earn 11 quid an hour 

I think this is serious point. We should be asking where is the training and skills for British workers to have those jobs. Isn't this what they claimed Brexit was for? 

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3 hours ago, Barrington Womble said:

I think this is serious point. We should be asking where is the training and skills for British workers to have those jobs. Isn't this what they claimed Brexit was for? 


This is the crux of the issue and should have been central to everything.

 

Actual long term strategy and long term planning to build capacity and supply side changes.

 

None of this was done as, as we know, it was ideological grandstanding to enrich a few at the top quickly at the expense of every other poor cunts rights, options, futures and lives.

 

Cunts to a man.

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57 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:


This is the crux of the issue and should have been central to everything.

 

Actual long term strategy and long term planning to build capacity and supply side changes.

 

None of this was done as, as we know, it was ideological grandstanding to enrich a few at the top quickly at the expense of every other poor cunts rights, options, futures and lives.

 

Cunts to a man.

 

Never seems to get a mention. If they want the population to do these jobs they have to train and educate them with the necessary skills. They've cut workforce training investment over the last 13 years.

 

If they don't want a cheap immigrant workforce for largely government funded sectors such as social care then they have to spend more to ensure wages are not 20% less than they should be. It might have helped if they hadn't privatised the sector so the investment doesn't go into the back pocket of privately owned nursing homes etc. 

 

Even then we'll always need immigrant workers because we're an ageing population. Perhaps if the elderly xenophobic Tory voters didn't live quite so long.....

 

 

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We've heard from the ERG's lawyers - and shortly we will be hearing from their chairman, Mark Francois.

Francois is a veteran member of the right-wing group and came to prominence in the years after the Brexit vote when he was a vocal critic of Theresa May's government.

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6 minutes ago, Arniepie said:

reckon there is a definitely a move to somehow have farage there. That will finish them off once and for all.

 

It possibly explains why Starmer is moving more towards the centre too, it's the red wall types who'll vote for idiots like Farage if he ever takes the Tory reins, no point trying to compete for them at all, go for the people who may have voted for May's Tories.

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7 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

 

It possibly explains why Starmer is moving more towards the centre too, it's the red wall types who'll vote for idiots like Farage if he ever takes the Tory reins, no point trying to compete for them at all, go for the people who may have voted for May's Tories.

he literally has one policy,well apart from wanting to sell off the NHS

starmer would utterly destroy him.

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