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General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress @The_TUC

UK
Joined March 2012
Today, Matt Hancock has the cheek to blame workers for bringing covid into care homes at the start of the pandemic Like it was nothing to do with him or his Tory government But he admitted sick pay was too low to live on (and btw it still is)
WATCH: @MattHancock admit he couldn’t live on statutory sick pay at just £94.25 a week. Matt, if you couldn’t live on it, why does your government think millions of UK workers can? Statutory sick pay in the UK isn’t enough to live on. RT if you want decent #SickPayForAll #bbcqt
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Nobody takes strike action lightly - but key workers have been driven to it. Nurses are earning £5,000 less a year less in real terms than in 2010. Strikes are a symptom of 12 years of pay suppression.
"It feels incredibly patronising to women” TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady says the government’s position on nursing strikes means it is asking a "predominantly female profession” to take a “wage cut” bbc.in/3u606uk #BBCLauraK
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Working people cannot afford the Conservatives
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Real pay cuts for key workers. Bonus bonanza for bankers. Those are the political choices the Conservatives are making.
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We need to fight as hard for our class as the Tory party fights for theirs. #DemandBetter
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Back again? Oh dear, oh dear! #GeneralElectionNow
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The Conservatives have no mandate. We don’t need another Tory coronation. We need a General Election.
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Britain desperately needs change. It needs a Labour government. General Election now!
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General election now!
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The govt to struggling families: “We can’t give you certainty over your soaring bills.” The govt to City bankers: “Don’t sweat it. Your bonuses will get bigger.”
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‘Efficiencies’ is Tory code for cuts.
"All government departments are going to have to find more efficiencies than they were planning to," says Jeremy Hunt, just days after Liz Truss promised MPs she would "absolutely" not make any spending cuts.
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The Conservatives’ reckless economic experiment has unleashed chaos. Peoples homes, pensions & livelihoods have been gambled with. And for what? To make the rich even richer. The damage the Tories have caused must never be forgiven or forgotten. Britain needs change.
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On the subject of U-turns… The govt must ditch its plans to lift the cap on bankers’ bonuses. NEW @The_TUC analysis shows average City bonuses have hit £20k. That’s more than a teaching assistant earns in an ENTIRE year. It would be obscene to go ahead with this policy.
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How many of today’s Cabinet signed up to attacking the right to strike? Worth reading Norman Fowler’s take on the 1984 Tory ban on union rights at GCHQ. (And - remember - those brave workers won) theguardian.com/politics/202…
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A Tory vision for modern Britain? This is not how to get the economy growing. Ministers must disown these fringe ideas immediately
Revealed: rightwing ‘slash and burn’ ideas that could be blueprint for Truss theguardian.com/politics/202…
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Frances O'Grady retweeted
So what kind of growth have we seen under the Conservatives?: NHS waiting times 📈 Child poverty 📈 Foodbanks 📈 Mortgage repayments 📈 Bankers’ bonuses 📈
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Lifting the cap on bankers’ bonuses Driving down pay and benefits for millions of working people. Attacking workers’ rights to make it harder to defend pay and conditions. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong!
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