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    I thought Labour were on the side of the workers? Anyone with a bit of commonsense knows that the WPP scheme will increase unemployment

    Cut out the crap the country needs a real opposition and will need a new party/parties in Govt come election time
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    Quote Originally Posted by blindjustice View Post
    Recruitment The Labour Party

    I thought Labour were on the side of the workers?
    Only on the side of workers in the public service. Were you not aware of this? Workers outside the PS are just filth
    Anyone with a bit of commonsense knows that the WPP scheme will increase unemployment

    Cut out the crap the country needs a real opposition and will need a new party/parties in Govt come election time

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindjustice View Post
    Recruitment The Labour Party

    I thought Labour were on the side of the workers? Anyone with a bit of commonsense knows that the WPP scheme will increase unemployment

    Cut out the crap the country needs a real opposition and will need a new party/parties in Govt come election time
    Champagne socialists. They arent even socialists. They are exploiting people for their own gain. Labour...tsk tsk tsk your just as bad as Fianna Fail with this kind of rubbish.

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    Just as I thought, no one wants to discuss this...

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    Jesus, can none of them think long-term, one hand not knowing what the other is doing...blah, blah, blah

    Two party app forms in my house at the moment, and i think the decision has just been made for me.
    But first get up out of your chairs, open the window, stick your head out, and yell, and say it: "I'M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I'M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!"

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    I expected alot better from Labour
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    Quote Originally Posted by blindjustice View Post
    I expected alot better from Labour
    Bwhahahahahaha

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    I presume some labour members occasionally view these threads - for chr1st sake will you ring head office and tell them to remove that job offer... if they don't well that only leaves Sinn Fein or FG who can raise this issue.
    But first get up out of your chairs, open the window, stick your head out, and yell, and say it: "I'M AS MAD AS HELL, AND I'M NOT GOING TO TAKE THIS ANYMORE!"

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    Two words, insider/outsider.

    The Labour worldview is 100% formed by the union attitudes to such matters. Protect the conditions of current insiders at all costs even if this means screwing the outsiders.

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    This is not good .. not good at all.
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