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This is the OECD again ?

Well, I can almost live with slowing the cuts if the govt, also implements the other suggestion the OECD made yesterday, to get rates up.

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People voted Tory because they thought they were in a democracy not realising it is a kleptocracy?

What fVcking cuts, the deficit is ballooning under Conservative Labour by another name. I'm really pissed off I voted for another bunch of retards. Next election BNP for me just to stick it to everyone.

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What fVcking cuts, the deficit is ballooning under Conservative Labour by another name. I'm really pissed off I voted for another bunch of retards. Next election BNP for me just to stick it to everyone.

Oh yeah you'll get far reducing the size and scope of the state by voting for totalitarian socialists.

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Oh yeah you'll get far reducing the size and scope of the state by voting for totalitarian socialists.

Thats not my point, if I'm going to get gang raped I'd quite like everyone whos doing it to me to get gang raped as well.

Edit just realised that it was the injin troll I responded to so better put him on ignore so I don't do it again.

Edit again God I cant remember how to stick a muppet on ignore.

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What fVcking cuts, the deficit is ballooning under Conservative Labour by another name. I'm really pissed off I voted for another bunch of retards. Next election BNP for me just to stick it to everyone.

You must be going around with your eyes shut. I am in the North West and trust me the cuts are beginning to bite. My poor partner (a social worker who just happens to love her job) is now working a regualr ten hour shift for 28 lousy K a year. She is stressed to fxxx because her department (which makes sure old folks are OK when they come out of hospital) has been cut to the bone and they have taken away her measly 100 quid a month car allowance. For what? You can't get away from the fact that the banker tw@ts have gotten away with it and folks like my poor partner are suffering. We all know we should have let em feckin sink...that's the real crime not the lack of cuts elsewhere in the system. The whole money creation sh!thole, the lack of a fair system of taxation, they are to blame not cuts in the NHS or anywhere else. LVT should (but never will) be implemented. I am more frustrated by the whole status quo under both parties I guess but please don't tell me that the cuts are not deep enough.

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My poor partner .. for 28 lousy K a year.

She has a job, she receives more than the national average wage, especially for up North.

And that's considered "hard times" in the public sector eh ?

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Goverment spending is still increasing, services are bieng cut so where is the money going? Officially, inflation is not yet high enough to lead to "savage" cuts, neither has the interest bill of the accumulating deficit ballooned to lead to "savage" cuts.

so quite simply where the **** has it all gone?

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She has a job, she receives more than the national average wage, especially for up North.

And that's considered "hard times" in the public sector eh ?

My thoughts exactly, 28k a year and ten hour shift`s if there were seven shifts a week I would say it`s not a great deal but I suspect it would be more like four

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There was no point, since there is no real difference between the parties. They are all servants of the corporations and the global bankster elite, not of the voters.

I think it's more a case of them all taking orders/advise from the same think-tanks and upper echelons of the civil service to be honest.

You must be going around with your eyes shut. I am in the North West and trust me the cuts are beginning to bite.

There might be cuts.. but budgets are still growing over all. Go figure. Is your wife's bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses job on the line as well, or has he just received a pay increase this year?

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You must be going around with your eyes shut. I am in the North West and trust me the cuts are beginning to bite. My poor partner (a social worker who just happens to love her job) is now working a regualr ten hour shift for 28 lousy K a year. She is stressed to fxxx because her department (which makes sure old folks are OK when they come out of hospital) has been cut to the bone and they have taken away her measly 100 quid a month car allowance. For what? You can't get away from the fact that the banker tw@ts have gotten away with it and folks like my poor partner are suffering. We all know we should have let em feckin sink...that's the real crime not the lack of cuts elsewhere in the system. The whole money creation sh!thole, the lack of a fair system of taxation, they are to blame not cuts in the NHS or anywhere else. LVT should (but never will) be implemented. I am more frustrated by the whole status quo under both parties I guess but please don't tell me that the cuts are not deep enough.

My wife gets 15k for working 12 hour shifts looking after people who are still in hospital (grade 3 care assistant) She even has to pay 2.20 per day for parking! I kid you not!

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She has a job, she receives more than the national average wage, especially for up North.

And that's considered "hard times" in the public sector eh ?

W hat complete BS. She does 50 hours in a job that is life and death in a lot of cases...she can be in court in a heartbeat if she gets anything wrong so don't speak from complete f@ckin ignorance by just looking at the salary. I am all for cutting waste but my original point was in response to idiots who think that our problems are currently related to a need to cut and cut again our public services (true in some cases) whilst ignoring the fundamental cause.

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My wife gets 15k for working 12 hour shifts looking after people who are still in hospital (grade 3 care assistant) She even has to pay 2.20 per day for parking! I kid you not!

She deserves more does she not? So my point about my partner is incorrect because your wife works for less? Uh??

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W hat complete BS. She does 50 hours in a job that is life and death in a lot of cases...she can be in court in a heartbeat if she gets anything wrong so don't speak from complete f@ckin ignorance by just looking at the salary. I am all for cutting waste but my original point was in response to idiots who think that our problems are currently related to a need to cut and cut again our public services (true in some cases) whilst ignoring the fundamental cause.

So she is helping to sustain the life of the aged, thus putting a greater and greater burden on our services. If she was less competent at her job they might decide she deserves more.

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I think it's more a case of them all taking orders/advise from the same think-tanks and upper echelons of the civil service to be honest.

There might be cuts.. but budgets are still growing over all. Go figure. Is your wife's bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses, bosses job on the line as well, or has he just received a pay increase this year?

I don't disagree with that reasoning (eg The higher management structure in the NHS etc.) Unfortunately it's always the front line troops who get hit the hardest in my experience. Of course there is waste which needs to be eradicated but throwing the proverbial baby out with the bathwater isn't the way to do it. To repeat lets start with money creation and go from there. Most of the nations problems would simply disappear with the BOE closure (plus LVT introduction).

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She deserves more does she not? So my point about my partner is incorrect because your wife works for less? Uh??

No, just stating facts.

And if you tell that to the young people of tomorrow they'd never believe you.

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So she is helping to sustain the life of the aged, thus putting a greater and greater burden on our services. If she was less competent at her job they might decide she deserves more.

I take it that's meant to be some kind of wit? Hopefully some old member of your family is never in the position to need social services.

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I take it that's meant to be some kind of wit? Hopefully some old member of your family is never in the position to need social services.

I can't decide if I was trying to be funny or not. Moaning that your missus gets paid greater than the national average wage, up north, and thinking you are hard done by definitely isn't though.

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