Don’t forget if you work for Salford Council or any company that may be ln the firing line with the Cuts have a quick read on cllr Lindleys Blog The Tory from Walkden,Read how passionate he is in support of the cuts.and how he attacks the MEN for todays article on the cuts.When you have try to keep it in your mind when you vote next MAY.
I have. Join me and i suspect thousands of others. SIGN online.
Cameron might come to regret his words when China holds back on buying any future UK gilts or worse starts selling UK government bonds. As this is a period for forgiveness, let’s hope China treats his silly comments as coming from a silly boy.
Well pam Walsh well bloody done love if i ever meet you again i will buy you a drink. To have the excuse the wording balls to write the article you need the support. A BIG thank you from the people of Salford.
If more people started to realise what the cuts are doing to our COUNTRY they would be out on the streets with the students and activists. The Tories in Salford hide behind the windows and mock the people brave enough to fight and all this supported by the Liberal Democrats.In May
MAKE THEM PAY
But while the spectacle of charging police horses, fires, and sporadic violence outside Parliament will distract many from what happened on the green benches of the House of Commons, protest groups will not fail to take note and issue very public reminders of how individual Liberal Democrats voted.
The political reality is different.
Lib Dems will go into the next election saying different things to voters in their constituencies. Those who voted against will surely remind people, those who supported the policy or abstained will be called on to justify their positions.
Vince Cable’s policy won the day. The question on which many Liberal Democrats will ponder is what has that victory cost their party?
With luck in May the Liberal Democrat Ranks will be decimated don’t forget our Slogan
LET THEM PAY IN MAY.
Source the MEN
The prime minister said Europe urgently needed “an aggressive, pan-continental drive to unleash enterprise” and insisted the British people knew “there are no short cuts to a better future”.
Treasury sources said the budget would contain an array of measures designed to counter the CBI’s criticism this week that the government lacked a growth strategy to accompany its deficit reduction strategy.
“The ambition of my budget on the 23rd of March will be to turn the tide on the forces of stagnation,” the chancellor said.
“Trade is the biggest wealth creator we’ve ever known. And it’s the biggest stimulus we can give our economies right now. A completed trade round could add $170bn (£107bn) to the world economy.”
“So let’s agree that this is the year we will make the breakthrough. No one should hold anything back for later. There is no later.”
Following the shock provided by news of a 0.5% drop in UK output in the final quarter of 2010, the prime minister and chancellor were keen to deliver the message that there was room for optimism despite the pain caused by austerity.
In your Dreams.
One patient been out four weeks.
No speech therapy.
And Guess what still no Benefits.
Well done Salford Council i would hate to see a poor service.
A POLICE chief sparked outrage yesterday by banning officers from tackling yobs who hang about after dark in a children’s playground.
Inspector Andy Sullivan complained that his men would not be able to “see what’s going on” in the park.
He said health and safety fears had put the £1million development off-limits for routine patrols after 8pm.