Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Reality Hits Home





The public Sector the back bone of Labour support is now under threat of massive job losses

As many as 350,000 public sector jobs could be lost over the next five years, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is warning.

Chief economist John Philpott says the recession will bring "a bloodbath in the public finances" which will force employers to slash their workforce.

This could lead to "guerrilla war" in the workplace, characterised by repeated strike action, he said.

The public sector union, Unison, said support for Labour had "collapsed".


Whole swathes of this country are Potemkin Nu Labour fiefdoms.

The Taxpayer (Us) is no longer in a position to afford to be over governed by pillocks in diversity control, development control, corpse control and quangos galore, and where there is no political will to lay off thousands in the public sector, the market is dictating just that.

2 comments:

Ivor Bigot said...

As many as 350,000...

Good. Add another zero and I'll be laughing like a drain.

IB

View from the Solent said...

350,000? Well, it's a start. The longest of journeys begins with the first step.

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