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So Nu-Labour is cutting the links between inflation and pensions and reverting to linking pensions to earnings!

What does this tell you about the direction of inflation and what does this tell you about the direction of wages.

It’s obvious that wages are going to decline as we continue to be flooded by immigrants to take our jobs and it looks like the game is up when it comes to fiddling the inflation figures.

I can see the headlines now, we need to increase interest rates as the economy is doing so well that it’s pushing up inflation and we need to curb that.

Good to see the two opposition parties are still in bed with new labour and have said nothing about this scam but you can bet they will all agree on have an extended summer break this year.

Don’t know about you guys but I’ve paid so much tax over the year I should be given a kings pension when I get old instead of all the MP’s getting it.

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So Nu-Labour is cutting the links between inflation and pensions and reverting to linking pensions to earnings!

What does this tell you about the direction of inflation and what does this tell you about the direction of wages.

It’s obvious that wages are going to decline as we continue to be flooded by immigrants to take our jobs and it looks like the game is up when it comes to fiddling the inflation figures.

I can see the headlines now, we need to increase interest rates as the economy is doing so well that it’s pushing up inflation and we need to curb that.

Good to see the two opposition parties are still in bed with new labour and have said nothing about this scam but you can bet they will all agree on have an extended summer break this year.

Don’t know about you guys but I’ve paid so much tax over the year I should be given a kings pension when I get old instead of all the MP’s getting it.

Justice, ther is no JUSTICE

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So Nu-Labour is cutting the links between inflation and pensions and reverting to linking pensions to earnings!

What does this tell you about the direction of inflation and what does this tell you about the direction of wages.

It’s obvious that wages are going to decline as we continue to be flooded by immigrants to take our jobs and it looks like the game is up when it comes to fiddling the inflation figures.

I can see the headlines now, we need to increase interest rates as the economy is doing so well that it’s pushing up inflation and we need to curb that.

Good to see the two opposition parties are still in bed with new labour and have said nothing about this scam but you can bet they will all agree on have an extended summer break this year.

Don’t know about you guys but I’ve paid so much tax over the year I should be given a kings pension when I get old instead of all the MP’s getting it.

I feel a bit guy fawkes every time I see a P60. Thieving scum. :o

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