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top earners incomes are too high.

The only thing that's not too high are middle incomes.

I put it to you that everything is the right 'price', EXCEPT middle incomes, that are too low.

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I think you have a very good point. I've seen people who create 100's of pounds an hour in production, yet are paid only £10 an hour.

They are only paid a meagre wage because there is a shortage of jobs, and other people are willing to step into their job for little money. The relationship between the production of the worker and the wage is broken, except at the high end.

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top earners incomes are too high.

The only thing that's not too high are middle incomes.

I put it to you that everything is the right 'price', EXCEPT middle incomes, that are too low.

Are you suggesting that low incomes are too high?

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I think you have a very good point. I've seen people who create 100's of pounds an hour in production, yet are paid only £10 an hour.

They are only paid a meagre wage because there is a shortage of jobs, and other people are willing to step into their job for little money. The relationship between the production of the worker and the wage is broken, except at the high end.

particular distortion is present in the public sector.

where a skilled person "expects" and is "entitled" to 10 times the minimum wage, which many are at or just above.

whats wrong with a lower differential...all a large one does is price the majority out...of just about everything...and of course, that leads to state failure.

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I think you have a very good point. I've seen people who create 100's of pounds an hour in production, yet are paid only £10 an hour.

They are only paid a meagre wage because there is a shortage of jobs, and other people are willing to step into their job for little money. The relationship between the production of the worker and the wage is broken, except at the high end.

but this is because the feminists unwittingly expanded the workforce meaning 2 wage earners were required to buy a house. When one wage earner loses their job they are desperate to keep their house thus will work for peanuts. I suggest a ban on women in the workforce.

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but this is because the feminists unwittingly expanded the workforce meaning 2 wage earners were required to buy a house. When one wage earner loses their job they are desperate to keep their house thus will work for peanuts. I suggest a ban on women in the workforce.

specially ugly ones.

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Are you suggesting that low incomes are too high?

No. They are suggesting that the minimum wage plus all the benefits (HB, CTB, Tax credits0 is too high. I disagree. I think that, as well as the low-middle middle classes, the low paid are being screwed just as soundly.

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I think you have a very good point. I've seen people who create 100's of pounds an hour in production, yet are paid only £10 an hour.

They are only paid a meagre wage because there is a shortage of jobs, and other people are willing to step into their job for little money. The relationship between the production of the worker and the wage is broken, except at the high end.

Thats more to do with what they pay people to do the same job in a 3rd world country

Face it , the 3rd world is keeping wages dspressed for western countries , globalisation is one of the biggest scams of all time.

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Thats more to do with what they pay people to do the same job in a 3rd world country

Face it , the 3rd world is keeping wages dspressed for western countries , globalisation is one of the biggest scams of all time.

So the standard of living in the west is too high?

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So the standard of living in the west is too high?

probably

why does the UK deserve a high standard of living anymore with it's massive debt burden?

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probably

why does the UK deserve a high standard of living anymore with it's massive debt burden?

cos we're worth it. Doh. Everyone knows that, thicky.

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They are suggesting that the minimum wage plus all the benefits (HB, CTB, Tax credits0 is too high. I disagree

The solution is not to increase the pay of the low earners, it is to reduce the cost of living. So long as benefits are so generous for min-wage earners and scroungers there is no imperative for widespread reduction in the cost of energy, housing, goods and services etc etc. For example if all non-economically inactive people (which is about 3/4 of the population) had only half as much money to spend then super markets would be forced to slash prices, car manufacturers would be forced to produce vastly more energy efficient vehicles, energy and food supplies would be forced to slash costs etc etc, and as a by-product my £ would worth a f****** damn again.

We need to get this f****** country sorted out: zero immigration, zero benefits except for food stamps for the able bodied (including no housing benefit or mortgage relief), removal of index linked public sector pensions, a real interest rate like 7+%. We can build shanty towns for those who can afford to rent or buy a proper home.

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