No it won't. Strikes will be illegal and strikers will be re-educated in training camps in Kielder.
My youngest son & wife are teachers in a school in a sink estate in Inverness and they were astonished when they were down here (near Fareham, Hampshire) and we went to my eldest grand daughters school sports day. Huge parents turn out and it's the same for parents evenings, 90+% turnout. At their school they're lucky if they see 10% of parents. The impression is that lack of ambition and sloth are communicable diseases.Parental indifference. Many cold be seen still in their onesie with coat over the top. They also formed the list of those who will never go to parents evening.
you are probably too young to remember what British Rail and British Telecom were like under state control then. Both produced a very poor service for a very high price. The State has no place in running commercial enterprises as it does not understand the concept of profit or customer satisfaction.Bit of a lefty. Democratic lefty. Certain amout of State management of strategic assets, infrastructure and public service for me, rather than selling everything to foreign governments and dodgy offshore businesses. That sort of lefty.
The SNP will monopolise the place for its own re-education camps in the Scottish National Socialist Republic, where inmates will have to be ritually smeared with woad and chant “Freedom” under concrete statues of Mel Gibson lookalikes.You're showing your soft liberal side now. What's wrong with Cultybraggan
They will take to the streets and protest that democracy is horrible because it didn't go their way, as in 2015But just think of the weeping , wailing and shouting how unfair it all is by the lefty crowd .
The Churchill statue has also been defaced.They will take to the streets and protest that democracy is horrible because it didn't go their way, as in 2015
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Protesters clash with police in central London, while singer Charlotte Church joins Cardiff march to complain about forthcoming Tory cutswww.theguardian.com
Then supporters of the 'progressive' party that embraces equality feel the need to deface monuments to such
Nah.you are probably too young to remember what British Rail and British Telecom were like under state control then. Both produced a very poor service for a very high price. The State has no place in running commercial enterprises as it does not understand the concept of profit or customer satisfaction.
@javaguzzisti has it slightly wrong: it was Magic Grandad's fuckpiece who said that in a 1984 interview with Labour and Ireland, a pro-republican journal: "Ireland is our struggle — every defeat of the British state is a victory for all of us. A defeat in Northern Ireland would be a defeat indeed"
Corbyn is on tape refusing point blank to criticise the IRA, despite being asked seven times in succession (he then hangs up the phone).
Thanks for that.
so xenophobia rules ok! You admit that they have made improvements but because it is run by non Brits then it must be baad. The answer is to setup your own UK based franchise.Nah.
I remember BR, frequent user late 80s onwards.
The ticket from Chester to London i remember was £25 -£30 in 1988. Around a day's pay for Class 3 private. Trains were comparable in reliability to today.
Trains were a bit grubby, St. Pancras and Euston were vile.
Now, same journey is minimum £90, unless you het one of the handful of restricted advance tickets. What does a class 3 pte. get now? Plus the price varies with time of journey, although the train crew, diesel, etc don't vary price similarly.
Admittedly, the journey is a much nicer experience, mostly, and St. Pancras is a genuine delight to visit, a real triumph of sympathetic, high quality redevelopment. Euston is still shit.
What sticks in my throat is that huge chunks of money are going to overseas companies/State rail operators who have the franchises.
Laura Pillock obviously thinks that John McDonnell is a third party!Looks like the four day week has already become an "aspiration" and the election isn't over yet
Your quote contains the important elements that were already known, and from day one haven’t meant Labour have promised a four day week for even one single British worker.Laura Pillock obviously thinks that John McDonnell is a third party!
“I can tell you today that the next Labour government will put in place the changes needed to reduce average full-time hours to 32 a week within the next decade,” the Shadow Chancellor told conference. “A shorter working week with no loss of pay.”