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    Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

    Posted by Looking In on 7/10/2021, 14:04:52

    ....they said they were going to increase my wages without causing inflation, all thanks to Brexit.

    What a good job we voted for that great bloke, so confident, optimistic and funny. So there were sunlit uplands after all, told you so. I know a bloke who is now getting £13 an hour for a job that paid minimum wage. Shame about Fred who lost his job when the company folded: bloody useless management, they should have seen the way things would go.

    That Starmer, so boring, always putting a damper on things, talking Britain down. Obsessed with trans rights, not surprised as he led that cover up on Saville, didn't you read that on Facebook, you should join this group I'm in, tells you what's really going on.

    Haven't a clue what Labour stands for anyway, except they think we are all racist scum, how dare they. Anyway Starmer is just another smart arsed lawyer and I hate lawyers. People with an education, what do they know about life, can't even change a ####ing light bulb, I've come across managers at work, ####ing useless the lot of them, I could do their job just ordering people around and shuffling paper, they couldn't do mine in a month of Sundays.

    That EU punishing us again, we always used to trade with them OK and let us spend the winter in Spain, just spiteful, after my dad and grandad rescued them in the war... bloody Germans etc etc

    Bloody good job that Boris delivered, he really delivered on getting rid of all those bloody foreigners. Thank goodness for Brexit or they would all still be here taking our jobs and meaning we got paid peanuts.

    All this boring economic theory stuff, always turn it off when they start banging on about it and what's a customs union anyway, why can't we just buy and sell stuff like we used to. Anyway Labour tanked the economy, they always tank the economy, that's why the nation is a basket case.

    Anyway, as you were..

      Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

      Posted by Bootin on 7/10/2021, 15:12:17, in reply to "Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

      I voted remain but unlike you I accept that I was on the losing side. Just get over it, there is nothing we can do. We are where we are.

        Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

        Posted by Analyst on 7/10/2021, 16:38:38, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

        You've fallen for their shit.

        When has voting for the other side ever meant no say over the future? Or criticism of those in power?

        No wonder they are taking the piss. People have forgotten what a true democracy is.

          Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

          Posted by Andy Cappucino on 7/10/2021, 15:46:47, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

          Well said. Similarly, I was gutted when Blair became PM but had to accept it and get on with it, that's democracy

            Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

            Posted by Bless on 7/10/2021, 16:15:28, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

            What a surprise. A senile old relic failing to understand the concept of democracy.

              Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

              Posted by HH on 7/10/2021, 15:56:49, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

              You also had the chance to vote him out a good few times afterwards.

                Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                Posted by EastEnder on 7/10/2021, 15:48:54, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                Yeah nobody ever used to constantly slag off Blair on here back then...

                Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                Posted by Cheated on 7/10/2021, 15:22:15, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                Fair play to you, I am sure lots of remainers want this country to fail, for the I told you so

                  Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                  Posted by E1 on 7/10/2021, 15:55:12, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                  It’s failing now, it’s the laughing stock of Europe. The USA doesn’t want to know. Still, you got your wish, little islander.

                    Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                    Posted by WANT ? on 7/10/2021, 15:29:41, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                    that ship has sailed dummy.


                    Still we lead the way in covid cases and deaths.

                      Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                      Posted by EastEnder on 7/10/2021, 15:34:06, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                      And pig culling and now we are buying are pork from the EU.


                  Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                  Posted by The Orange Salopian on 7/10/2021, 14:15:35, in reply to "Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                  Just imagine the Labour dream of £15 per hour minimum wage.

                    Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                    Posted by EastEnder on 7/10/2021, 14:28:32, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                    Surely in Boris's high wage economy nobody will earn less than that?


                      Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                      Posted by HH on 7/10/2021, 14:27:00, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                      I don't agree with the £15 minimum wage suggestion but is there some sort of strange cognitive dissonance going in with people who argue Johnson's government and Brexit will result in people being paid more whilst simultaneously scoffing the idea of a government actually legislating so people are paid more?

                        Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                        Posted by Ches Fordroad on 7/10/2021, 14:42:33, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                        You can guarantee that if a Labour leader had been trumpeting a high wage economy, or if a Labour leader had introduced furlough, the usual suspects would've been frothing at the mouth about magical money trees and suchlike

                          Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                          Posted by HH on 7/10/2021, 14:53:27, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                          Agreed.

                          The stuff Johnson came out with yesterday it's just Tony Benn from the 1970s / 80s with a blue rosette on.

                          The sort of stuff that if Miliband or Corbyn had proposed they would be frothing at the mouth about.

                          I think a lot of ideological Tories will be incredibly dissatisfied as to his ideas.

                            Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                            Posted by Mahatma Gander on 7/10/2021, 15:04:28, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                            They might be dissatisfied with his ideas but they will rest safe in the knowledge that he doesn't actually mean to do anything about most of them .

                        Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                        Posted by Factcheck on 7/10/2021, 14:21:39, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                        But although voted for at conference it was rejected by Starmer and won't be in the next manifesto. Starmer has pledged £10, as below:

                        Labour members on Tuesday backed a £15-an-hour minimum wage at their annual party conference in Brighton. Although the vote was not binding and the policy is unlikely to be adopted by Keir Starmer, it has kicked off a debate over whether the legal pay floor should rise or whether an increase would drive up unemployment as the economy emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

                        Who suggested the figure is not clear but it does echo the “fight for $15” campaign of US activists, a sum that McDonald’s workers in Britain have said should be paid in sterling. Their campaign, backed by the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, was touted on a banner that Starmer was pictured standing near two years ago. The motion passed at conference on Tuesday was tabled by the GMB union. Starmer has pledged a £10 minimum wage, the same as in the 2019 Labour manifesto and still lobbied for by the TUC.

                        Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                        Posted by Whizz on 7/10/2021, 14:09:19, in reply to "Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                        Nice copy and paste.

                          Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                          Posted by jimmyp on 7/10/2021, 14:15:04, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                          To be completely fair, almost all of that could be copied and pasted from thicko posts on here.

                          And they mean it.

                          Cheers, Jim

                            Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                            Posted by Andy Cappucino on 7/10/2021, 14:30:10, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                            Well done for managing a coherent sentence.

                              Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street

                              Posted by jimmyp on 7/10/2021, 14:54:50, in reply to "Re: Meanwhile, on Gammon Street"

                              Well done for managing to read one, you rather fucked that one up, yesterday, didn't you.

                              Good job nobody noticed and you're not still making yourself look silly about it, though, oh...

                              Cheers, Jim

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