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I can quite clearly recall that during the final years of Major's government when unemployment figures were released each month. A new Labour m1ngepiece oxygen thief would shamelessly grab some airtime to denounce the figures as incorrect and massaged. Promising that when they won the next general election (note the use of the word when, they used it constantly to brainwash everyone into not bothering to vote tory because it was already lost) the "real" jobless figures would be released to show just how perfidious and sleazy the figures were under Major.

Eight years have passed.

I have not forgotten.

I am still waiting.

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I can quite clearly recall that during the final years of Major's government when unemployment figures were released each month. A new Labour m1ngepiece oxygen thief would shamelessly grab some airtime to denounce the figures as incorrect and massaged. Promising that when they won the next general election (note the use of the word when, they used it constantly to brainwash everyone into not bothering to vote tory because it was already lost) the "real" jobless figures would be released to show just how perfidious and sleazy the figures were under Major.

Eight years have passed.

I have not forgotten.

I am still waiting.

Doggy. The other week during the Labour party conference, Bliar ranted from the pulpit about how he was going to get rid of the eleven plus. There would be no more elitism.

Today in the press Ruth Kelly was proposing to get the best 30% of eleven year olds and give them small classes ie.six , and extra tuition at weekends.

Smacks of hypocrisy?

They speak with forked tongues. <_<

Oh and BTW I read in a posted link here recently that the economically inactive stands at 7.5 million. :o

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