Well Stewarts got his lackeys out early when the high paid jobs are on offer Labour are there.
Money Money Money The funny part is little on Balkind and Potter,hard trying to fill two lines with results.
Been out getting some stats on how many shops have been forced to close and those which should close soon,shaves a big chunk off their job proposals.Funny when you see the local fish man on the video singing Asdas praises,does he really thinks he can compete against ASDA?they offer a good case for corporate spin and bad planning. The traffic will be a nightmare,the small business will disappear and Labour in Salford will shrug it’s shoulders,why should they care they sit unopposed and smug,democracy in Salford died in May.The Local paper censors any opposing voice and the small parties can’t match Labour or the unite union,so will the last person leaving Salford’s Labour Mecca turn out the light.
Knowing the authorities can abort a 7 month old baby and i use the word baby a bloody disgrace to humanity. What ever piece of human garbage did this i hope they rot.
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Make you think? it’s about as secret as Labours council meetings what have they got to hide?
PEEL HOLDINGS TAKES ON TRAFFORD COUNCIL IN INCINERATOR DISGRACE
Star date: 29th June 2012
SALFORD CLEAN AIR AND FLOOD POLICY ATTACKED BY PEEL
“It is outrageous that Peel Energy has ignored the Council’s decision and ultimately the wishes of the people in Trafford” Councillor Kevin Procter
Peel Holdings has been at it again, using its legal teams to try to overturn flood policy and incinerator opposition in its unnerving quest for profit.
Last week, Peel took the Environment Agency to the High Court to re-classify its land on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. And the other night Trafford Council passed a motion against Peel Energy, `deploring’ its actions to try and overturn the Council’s decision to refuse planning permission for an incinerator which would have profound effects on Salford.
I will be talking to party members and other branches to see if we can get involved full on with this.Peel have walked through Salford it seems it’s time for a line to be drawn.
Following revelations from Channel 4 News about the failings of welfare-to-work company A4e, further statistics show their poor performance happening in a region where jobs are plentiful.
In Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire 419 jobseekers were sent to A4e under the government’s Work Programme between June 2011 and the end of March 2012.
Yet A4e succeeded in placing just 7 people into jobs that lasted 13 weeks or more – a success rate of just 1.7 per cent.
This despite the fact that the unemployment rate in the town is just 2.2 per cent – with only 1600 people claiming jobseekers allowance. Nationally the unemployment rate is 8.2 per cent.
A4e is the prime provider of the government’s work programme in the Thames Valley region which includes prosperous areas like Winchester, High Wycombe, Oxford Reading and Slough.
Yet the company’s success rate in obtaining sustainable jobs across the region was just 2.83 per cent – compared to unemployment black spots like South Yorkshire where their success rate was 3.8 per cent.
Just a small piece i read the rest is a grave concern,not a great advert.
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