Big rise in redundancies among young people
26/01/2021 | news | business | 1,514
People aged 25 to 34 face the highest risk of redundancy as Covid pushes up the jobless rate to 5%.
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26/01/2021 10:56:48 324 384
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They can thank the older generation for scuppering their prospects with Brexit. Shameful.
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26/01/2021 10:56:03 117 121
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Because that's what they promised to do. Over 45s voted Brexit, voted Tories (who've got more dead donors than living donors). Everything this government does is at expense of next generation.
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26/01/2021 12:22:12 12 2
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And of course there are no key workers between 25-34yrs old are they?

Also you do realise there have been others wars since WW2 that the 'snowflake generation' have fought and lost their lives in.
Last time I checked we haven’t been to a war that has involved someone bombing us since WW2. Your comment is a bit of a joke as you fail to comprehend that I’ve said key workers have made massive sacrifices whereas those in the snowflake generation haven’t - snowflakes who are key workers are in the group of those that have made sacrifices you utter simpleton!!! Removed
have no fear Klaus Schwabs Great reset is here
A future doing nothing not so bad in the long run
Just sit on your arse receive universal basic income
Stakeholder capitalism straight from the WEF
Take your time, smoke crack or perhaps crystal meth
Property ownership so overrated
Rent forever, 2 own is so dated
You don’t need a job in this great future of ours
Get 2 the drivethru in driverless cars
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26/01/2021 12:34:24 4 1
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Well fairly obvious, the young more likely to be in dead high street retail, and burger flipping, hospitality, jobs anyone can do and are not needed. They have plenty of advantages of youth and flexibility, to get a new direction.

Look at the graph, it is actually not a big mark, yet. Not at all unprecedented.
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The only NEWS here would have been if Unemployment dropped.

There will be plenty of jobs for them now us in our 50's are taken out by poor workplace H&S resulting in more Covid deaths.

In the workplace you should be allowed to punch anyone who encroaches on your SAFETY SPACE as it should be considered attempted murder.
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26/01/2021 12:21:24 1 3
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do not traduce the memory of michael foot he's worth a thousand of u.
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26/01/2021 14:12:09 9 10
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The 20-30 generation right now support lock downs, socialism, higher taxes and open borders (cheap migrant labor). And then wonder why there is no jobs? I blame the parents for raising communists.
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The 20-30 generation right now support lock downs, socialism, higher taxes and open borders (cheap migrant labor). And then wonder why there is no jobs? I blame the parents for raising communists.
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26/01/2021 14:39:16 1 0
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We'd be better off banning you from breeding tbh.
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26/01/2021 14:30:57 3 2
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"high powered and loud cars"
Are you from the 1800s? These frightful automobiles!!! What's wrong with riding the humble velocipede to the tavern?!
It's called anti-social, something the morons that perform it don't care about, and apparently it's us baby boomers who are the selfish ones, our only mistake was allowing the younger generation the freedom we did, now we're all paying the price for it, including the younger generation who clearly don't know what boundaries and restraint are, only urban myths on Facebook Removed
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26/01/2021 14:45:34 2 0
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"our only mistake was allowing the younger generation the freedom we did"
And you're complaining that people label you selfish? Can't imagine why...
The elite have pushed the people too far. See what's happening in Netherlands? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQKCDNuiZ7w Removed
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26/01/2021 15:03:53 3 1
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A very constructive comment not.
26/01/2021 15:20:34 7 2
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Sad that the top comment on here is about having a go at the older generation, i'm one of those so called baby boomers and i have worked hard for what i have, i was made redundant 15 months ago just before the pandemic started, my chances of getting a job are absolutely nil as i will be getting my pension in 7 months, meanwhile i have not had a penny in benefits, i have had no help whatsoever...
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26/01/2021 15:14:23 2 4
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The average age of a Covid patient in ICU is 58. Working age. Bore off with your YouTube "Reform Party" "data".
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26/01/2021 15:39:14 11 1
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I know a former airline pilot who is working as a painter and decorator.

He did a terrific job on the landing.
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26/01/2021 15:44:18 4 1
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Bet you're ok. Priority slot at waitrose.com? Near the front of the queue for the vaccine? Triple locked pension flowing in? House all paid for?

Pull your neck in and stop telling other people to adjust and adapt from your position of comfort.

Ill-informed, over-opinionated Gammon have got this country in a terrible mess. Look to Holland and you'll see what's coming here in spades
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26/01/2021 16:03:03 7 5
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Stop moaning young snowflakes. At 5pm our Dear Leader will stride out for the Daily Propaganda Blast. He will wave his arms forcefully and tell you the Gammon will be getting vaccinated. He will tell you that triple-locked pensions will keep burning a hole in over 65s pockets. He will make references to Dunkirk and Vera Lynn and tell you that your sacrifice is worth it. Plus you're paying the bill
Bulldog spirit, the empire, Churchill, blood and guts. All from the mouth of a libertarian Ponce who knows nothing except privilege. Removed
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