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Coordinated action can bring down Governments, and we're now on the verge of a general strike Is @GillianKeegan worried? #KayBurley SK

Dec 8, 2022 · 8:03 AM UTC

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This government has completely failed the country.
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She said it would cost 28 billion if they all got what they wanted but says can’t afford it. Test and trace app here cost 37 billion yet Germany’s cost 135 million. Nothing in it for them probably!!!!!
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33 "you know"s in 6 or 7 minutes this morning. A record ?
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Collect taxes from those who evade paying, then!
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The only thing the tories are worried about is not being able to keep thier hands in the till for them and their mates. That's literally it.
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Maybe Liz truss and her toy boy kwarteng could help 🤔
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Those eyes keep looking up, she does not believe this herself, does she?
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The gov are ok with wasting far larger sums of money. Pay the workers as this will bring many benefits to the country overall. I so support anyone forced to strike! Tories OUT!!
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Despite the threat of Sunak banning Ministers from doing the media rounds, we still have an Education Minister gaslighting us on issues outside of her remit.
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Interesting how MPs want the UK workforce to be ‘reasonable’ and ‘pull together’ by accepting low pay rises. MPs pay has increased by 28% albeit since 2010, but on a much bigger starting point. Do as I say, not as I do comes to mind.
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