Union backlash over public sector pay freeze
26/11/2020 | news | business | 363
Leaders of Britain's biggest unions vow to resist chancellor's freeze on workers who "risked everything".
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26/11/2020 10:53:54 29 6
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Of course union backlash, they want every tax payer to pay for them, unions ever thought of reducing their affiliation fees, no don’t think so, if they reduce their take from the workers how are they going to pay for Sir Starmers Labour Party by the way as you know Sir Starmer Is the working class hero lives in London was a lawyer, and of course a knight of the realm yep real working class hero.
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26/11/2020 11:44:33 1 0
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Very poorly thought out deflection post
‘Civil servants will feel a deep sense of betrayal due to the pay freeze’.. that’s a joke right? .. they’ve been the most back stabbing bunch of remoaners ever!.. don’t be surprised when they sue the Govt for no pay rise.. biggest bunch of wimpy snowflakes there’s ever been..drain the swamp Removed
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26/11/2020 11:22:13 18 17
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Does that matter? Did you ask about Rashford's contract when he spoke for feeding British kids?
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26/11/2020 11:48:22 4 3
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''Union backlash over public sector pay freeze''

aah poor you, so did half of the population some even lost their jobs. Now, keep quiet and get on with it. The rest of the UK population don't really care what you think or feel.
tory Scum :) Removed
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26/11/2020 12:30:00 0 2
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You should put that on a placard.
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Maradona was and always will be, a cheat. Hand of God? No, hand of cheat! Removed