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"Employment rate up to 74.7%," says the Office for National Statistics. But there's a gremlin if not a devil in the detail.

Everything has risen, says today's report - employment, unemployment, redundancies, and the claimant count. Only job vacancies have fallen.

But the real driver of Britain's record-high number of people in work has continued to hire new staff. As this chart shows, the public sector employed more than 7 million people at the start of March. It grew by 1.2% from December to a new record. Private sector hiring, meantime, is clearly flattening out. That doesn't bode well for the economy.

We don't just need interest rate rises to cause a HPC

Deteriorating economy and rising unemployment will do nicely

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I do a lot of consulting work for a [non ex :lol: ] NuLab flagship council.

To meet Brown's promised public sector job cut /Gershon review targets, they made everybody in Council re-apply for their jobs.

Result:

X thousand public sector job cuts - tick gershon review box

X thousand 'new' jobs created on Browns miracle economy emplyment figures :angry:

Tractor production UP 25%!

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You want to try getting a job with the Leicester City Council (LCC) if your white ?

Check this bit out from the "independent" :) editor at the Leicester Mercury that advertises all these jobs for the LCC where “Applications are ALLWAYS actively encourage from ethnic minorities”

Case Study

The group was established by the Editor of the Leicester Mercury in the run up to the 2001 general election. He was concerned about the potential for community tensions in the city caused by political debate about race. Tensions had previously been raised by national media reports suggesting that the white community in Leicester would be in a minority by 2011The editor was also aware that there was a variety of conversations about multiculturalism in the city and wanted to establish an informal forum for these discussions.

You can see who the minority is and what groups are getting money from the LCC for PC bull$hit projects to paper over the crack.

This is not Nu-Labour, it's old labour with it's money for votes scam

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...and lower unemployement - rather than trying to create fear of unemployment (like the Tories did)

You should be grateful as this is one of the reasons why people have felt so secure and taken out horrendous mortgages that have proped up the market for so long...

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...and lower unemployement - rather than trying to create fear of unemployment (like the Tories did)

really ?

Unemployment is rising faster in the UK than in any other major developed country, it has emerged, as Britain's jobless total rose to the highest level in two and a half years.

from Telegraph April 2006

I think that both the claimant count and vacancies are rising, but the jobs are not necessarily being filled by UK residents.

;)

There is a fear of unemployment . . . and it's growing stronger

The ONS said the reason both unemployment and employment rates were rising was that the size of the overall workforce was increasing, due in part to immigration, and that some of those who were previously classed as economically inactive were now looking for jobs.
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really ?

Yep, because your talking about the present situation rather then the past 5 years when employment levels have been low/stable and HPI has been rampant

Edited by dnd

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