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Can anyone forget Gordon Browns “British Jobs For British Workers“ lie, Brown knew what he was saying was illegal under EU law.
What is worse is that when Brown and Ed Miliband were not sending British jobs overseas with their blind obedience to the Church of Climatology, they were dishing out work permits to 500,000 non EU economic migrants that could have been refused the permits in the first place.
Labour created 1.1 million jobs, gave 50% of them to immigrants so that they could continue with their plan of unfettered immigration and make Britain a multi-cultural and
divided diverse society. What kind of Government makes 500,000 of it’s citizens unemployed to give the jobs to immigrants? Read the rest of this entry
One of the topics on tonight’s Question Time was the last shift at Redcar Steel Works which is being moth balled by it’s owners Corus Tata.
There was a great deal of passion and anger about the closure of Redcar, the prospect must be frightening for members of the workforce in their 50’s; the chances of people in this age group ever getting another job are about the same as finding a snowflake in the Sahara.
The audience expressed anger about Gordon Brown’s lack of involvement in the closure, Mandelson further angered people with his visit today saying nothing can be done.
A number of reasons were cited and argued about as to why Corus could or not be helped, the EU was prime candidate for helping and not helping, there was no overall consensus on what aid the EU regulations permit or dont permit. Read the rest of this entry
An increasingly worried and desperate Gordon Brown is back trying to woo the votes of Middle England with a speech at the left-wing Fabian Society.
In what amounts to a campaign U turn Brown is now abandoning class warfare and returning to the values of New Labour, gone is the rhetoric of the 50p Tax Rate and class war slogans of the Labour Party conference; Mandelson has said the 50p Tax Rate must go as soon as possible so that is now Brown’s policy.
Brown opened his speech with:
“It is quite clear that our opponents do not understand the needs and worries of middle income Britain.
“Because they have rejected the very economic policy that is the key to creating the middle class jobs of the future.
The so called middle class jobs are another lie like British Jobs For British Workers, Brown knew when he said that it was illegal under the rules of his beloved EU; just as British Jobs was a lie so is the Green Jobs revolution also a lie.
Finally, following Mr Brown’s earlier boast that his “green revolution” will create “400,000 green jobs”, there was the revelation that more than 90 per cent of the £2 billion cost of Britain’s largest offshore wind farm project to date, the Thames Array, will go to companies abroad, because Britain has virtually no manufacturing capacity.
After ignoring the so called middle classes for 13 years Labour now suddenly are going to be the party of Middle England
“They have said that if you are middle class you should not expect that children’s centres will be available to you, that if you are middle class child tax credits should not be available to you, that if you are middle class there will be no child trust fund available to you.
”They’ve said there’ll be no cancer guarantee for you, no check up guarantee, no waiting time guarantee, no GP guarantee, no tuition guarantee, no school standards guarantee, no skills guarantee.
”And they have said they will erode many of the universal services which gives us something beyond price – a sense of community.”
Actually what the Conservatives have said is that is you earn £50k or more a year, why should you get tax credits and other benefits? What is unreasonable about being on twice the national average salary and not getting state hand outs?
“I believe the defining mission of New Labour in the coming decade should be nothing less than to unleash a wave of social mobility not seen in this country since the immediate aftermath of the Second World War.
“I believe in an aspirational Britain. Opportunity and reward cannot be hoarded at the top, and it is not enough just to protect people at the bottom. I want to see the talents and potential of all the British people fulfilled: social mobility for the majority. ”
If a week is a long time in politics then 13 years of Labour is an eternity and Brown is more than usually deluded if he thinks that the middle classes have forgotten the raids on their pension funds, huge tax increases and a reduction in social mobility. Read the rest of this entry
Wind farms dont work for a whole number of reasons ranging from too much wind, too little wind and the most common one of all: it’s too cold and they are frozen solid.
In Britain the wind turbines failed spectacularly during the recent cold spell, they either consumed more electricity than they produced, or at times of peak demand, British wind farms despite the huge investment in them, produced just 0.1% of our energy requirements.
The problem of frozen bird choppers is not just limited to Britain, in Canada where they are used to hard winters you would think Canadian wind turbines would be fit for purpose: Read the rest of this entry
10% Tory cuts, Labour investment.
How many times have we heard this, along with other great mistruths like “British Jobs For British Workers”.
On July 2nd, Gordon Brown told the House of Commons: “I have always told the truth and I’ve always told people as it is…we don’t want to have the 10 per cent cuts the Conservatives are talking about.”
The Tories’ extremely destructive Treasury mole has leaked documents proving that Labour has been planning substantial cuts in front line services since before the budget.
David Blackburn blog at the Coffee Shop
To put no finer point on it, Gordon Brown lied.
Could this be the reason that the spending review has been delayed, Paul Waugh in the Evening Standard thinks so.
The leak is a disaster for the Treasury Faisal Islam on the C4 Blog
George Osborne calls Gordon Brown a liar and no-one blinks – Ben Brogan in the Telegraph
Philip Webster has more in the Times
More nails in the coffin of Brown and his political party
Fraser Nelson nails Gordon Brown (but not in the biblical sense)