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T U C Weigh In Against Government Due To Massive Job Losses

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Employment Minister Margaret Hodge said: "The fundamentals remain strong. Employment is up on the year, vacancies are up again this quarter and redundancies are at historically low levels. However, claimant unemployment is up. To some extent this is offset by falls in numbers claiming other benefits. But we must do more to tackle worklessness and break the cycle of poverty and benefit dependency.

In other words: Bugger off TUC because we don't need you or your blue collar votes anymore because we have made the wealthier classes richer through HPI and their votes are bigger than yours... :P

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