Monday, July 4, 2011

The job losses continue to mount in the meantime house prices are still too high

Bombardier 'To Announce 2,000 Job Losses'

It is reported that Bombardier will announce the cuts at a news conference it has called for tomorrow. Such a move would result in two thirds of the workforce at its UK plant in Derby losing their jobs.

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  • This is a disaster .

    Although I admire Siemens greatly , they are at the core of the EU project and a darling of the European Elite and have also been given contracts for facilities to enable all sorts of additional surveilance of UK citizens .

    Apparently European rules do not allow civil servants to consider the costs of paying unemployments benefits on an ongoing basis to the 15,000 workers at Bombardier and it’s suppliers who will lose their job .

    That the minister considers this “getting the best value for the UK taxpayer” is disgusting .

    I suppose these are the same taxpayers as live in upper middle class roads who grumbled about the price of tradesman and rejoiced when immigrants arrived to lower the plebs standard of living .

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