Great to meet Norman today away from the political arena,he was looking great and still full of fight,good to discuss old times.
And where are our Labour Councillors one is running around dressed as Dick Turpin and the others have gone in to hibernation. Two more burglaries and to add insult someone decides my Suzuki badges would look good on them. If you ever see a copper it would be a shock the city is policed by PCSOs Labours joke traffic wardens,if i hear one more time crime is down in Salford i will scream.Figures can say what they wish them to say and i don’t believe crime is down in this city,Mr Merry peddled it and today we get one more more with Stewart. Where is Knight Warrior when he is needed.
Paul Kenny said he was “bemused” by Labour’s policy on public sector pay Labour must move beyond its “anti-cuts rhetoric” and spell out what it would do if it was in power, a leading union backer has warned.
GMB leader Paul Kenny said he wanted to see specific policies from Labour, including a pledge to reverse coalition austerity measures and NHS changes.
Sadly this is what Labour are, Locally in Salford and nationally they spout rhetoric but offer nothing in relation to sound costed policy statements.
Miliband shifts immigration policy, saying Labour ‘got it wrong’
leader Ed Miliband has promised to deter firms from exclusively employing workers from overseas, admitting his party “got it wrong” on immigration when in government.
He said Gordon Brown and Tony Blair should not have allowed uncontrolled immigration from new EU states in 2004.
He also pledged to ban recruitment agencies which use only foreign workers at the expense of “local talent”.
But the Conservatives said Labour had “no credibility” on immigration.
In 2004, the government allowed free migration to the UK for workers from EU accession states including Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
But its estimates that only about 13,000 people a year would come to the country were soon proved wrong, with a peak net migration figure, from the EU and elsewhere, of 252,000 in 2010.
Some countries imposed transitional controls to slow the speed of movement.
In a speech to the IPPR think-tank, Mr Miliband said: “It was a mistake not to impose transitional controls on accession from Eastern European countries. We severely underestimated the number of people who would come here. We were dazzled by globalisation and too sanguine about its price.
LANCASTER wears the number 2 shirt but will be leading Stewart around by his nose,Stewart took his money but in reality could have dropped around £10,000 and gained the respect of the people but as expected quickly feathered is own nest.He will be expected to promote growth,increase employment,maintain a high level of service,and try to offer a brief glimpse of his watered down manifesto. But the reality is he will sit back go with the flow and disappear when his time is up,how will the city be left? flat,burnt out,and the youth will be left jobless. Labour offer gloss and a tower of broken promises,when will the city ever learn.
Just a thought go to Chadwick walk step back and count the new windows and the refurbishments,they for some strange reason stop precisely where the flats Asda need to complete their build finish.It was like someone had a little clue that it would be a pointless exercise to complete. Was the work pre or post planning we asked one person today they said it was around two years ago,strange.
This from a guy who likes to dress in Nazi uniform, i think it’s all down to boarding schools