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The government is: Making it easier for City bankers to help themselves. Making it harder for workers to win better pay and conditions. #MiniBudget

Sep 23, 2022 · 8:51 AM UTC

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Tory games have already started, they're intent on mass redundnacies replaced by cheap labour. Truss still refuses to accept the 2+4 extension which justifies Russia. Open borders are deliberate. Bonuses corruption expands. GE has to be change!
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NO giving workers the right to decide
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You need to call collective action, or we will see deregulation devastate workers rights and leave us all piss poor.
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Well, there should be a wildcat general strike in response.
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I understand the point of removing the cap although I don’t like it, however the union change I feel is a good one as it should be the members that decide whether the offer is good or not.
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Financial services is over 8% of UK economy - it funds a huge part of public sector spend through tax income - on what planet is incentivising growth in this sector a bad thing? #MiniBudget
The government is: Making it easier for City bankers to help themselves. Making it harder for workers to win better pay and conditions. #MiniBudget
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If it’s so stable why did so many of the banks require bailing out and get government support when their irresponsible actions ruined the economy and millions of working peoples lives ?
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It's disgraceful, this will enable big business to offer paltry pay settlements and in effect bypass the Union negotiaters. It's a clear attempt to further drive down wages . Germany & France have strong union rights, it shows with higher wages better working rights @eiecampaign
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To put things into perspective: Bond losses in '22 greatest since 1949 (Marshall Plan), 1931 (Credit-Anstalt), 1920 (Treaty of Versailles), BofA says.