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http://www.tiscali.co.uk/news/newswire.php...y_template.html

Kellogg cuts jobs in Manchester
06/09/2006 12:42
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Kellogg Co. on Wednesday said it plans to cut jobs at a facility in Manchester as part of its plan to improve production in Europe.

Can you hear the Miracle Economy going snap, crackle, POP?

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It can't be easy for US companies to operate manufacturing, banking, credit cards or anything else this side of the Atlantic - given the £/euro/USD exchange rates.

Intel, Heinz, Kelloggs - all once jobs for life with good pay.

Do people have time to eat breakfast these days ? :blink:

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As Gordon Brown, and Tony Blair have said recently, Britain is now just too expensive to do business, the overheads are prohibitive with sky rocketting business rates, heating bills, and the costs of administration and Employer NI contributions put the UK at a distinct disadvantage, this is the very reason Blair and Brown are promoting offshoring to India and other low cost centres.

Has anyone told Blair/Brown they are in Government, and not opposition?.

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Hasn't Mr Cameron said about globalisation not immigration being the cause of problems?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/5318636.stm

People should blame globalisation rather than immigration for problems like low wages, David Cameron has said.

In a speech in India, Mr Cameron said the benefits of globalisation cannot simply be celebrated.

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Hasn't Mr Cameron said about globalisation not immigration being the cause of problems?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/5318636.stm

People should blame globalisation rather than immigration for problems like low wages, David Cameron has said.

In a speech in India, Mr Cameron said the benefits of globalisation cannot simply be celebrated.

The switch is almost complete. Only need to change the party symbols now. Cameron is filling out his CND membership card and Tony is about to lecture people about 'getting on their bike'...

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The switch is almost complete. Only need to change the party symbols now. Cameron is filling out his CND membership card and Tony is about to lecture people about 'getting on their bike'

And in a speech in Brighton over the weekend Blair stated..........This Ladyboy is not for turning.

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