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  1. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from whocares in The Oz / Australia is fucked thread   
    No how matter how dumb, stupid n bent our Pols xan be, Oz ones trump tgem.
    Seriously, they make an inbred northern council, stuffed full of commie relatives look like Singapore.
  2. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Mike Roberts in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/pidcock-refuses-five-times-say-labours-immigration-policy/
    After the Labour Party conference – something Corbyn views as the sovereign decision-making body of the party – voted for a ‘defend and extend free movement’ immigration policy, the So-Called BBC’s Today Programme was understandably inquisitive as to what this would mean for Labour’s immigration plans. Laura Pidcock failed to answer the question five consecutive times…
    Guido has compiled a handy reminder for Labour Shadow Cabinet members of what conference committed party policy to do:
    Oppose the current immigration legislation and any curbing of rights Campaign for free movement, equality and rights for migrants Reject any immigration system based on incomes, migrants’ utility to business, and number caps/targets Close all detention centres Ensure unconditional right to family reunion Maintain and extend free movement rights End “no recourse to public funds” policies Scrap all Hostile Environment measures… and restrictions on migrants’ NHS access Extend equal rights to vote to all UK residents regardless of nationality
    She studied politics at Manchester Metropolitan University,[8] and was a mental health support worker before working within, then managing, the education team at anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.[8] She completed an MSc in Disaster Management and Sustainable Development at Northumbria University in 2012, with research focusing on children's institutions in Bulgaria.[9] Pidcock was a councillor for Cramlington Eastfield ward on Northumberland County Council, losing her seat to the Conservative Party candidate in the 2017 UK local elections.[8]
    That might come in handy on the day afterthe GE ....
  3. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from PatronizingGit in 10M -/+ 2M Europeans in UK   
    The researchers pointed out that unauthorised migrants accounted for less than 1 per cent of the 32 countries’ population of more than 500m. However, the UK had one of the highest proportions of unauthorised migrants of any country in the survey — 1.8 per cent of the population. The group also accounted for about 2 per cent of the population of Austria, Cyprus, Malta and Slovenia.
    Well thats great. Except most of the fuckers are in the UK, not spread amongst the 500m.
    And Id guess the illegals in Austria Cyprus n Malta will end up in the UK, with the others.
  4. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from sarahbell in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50411619
    Here you go, in writing:
    Women should have the right to know what their male colleagues are being paid if they suspect pay discrimination, a gender equality charity has said.
    The Fawcett Society is calling for a change in the law to try to cut down on instances of unequal pay.
    But men can help by simply telling female colleagues what they earn, the charity added.
    Does it work the other way around?
  5. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from sarahbell in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/tories-take-20-point-lead-working-class-voters/

    Again Labour are the party of useless public sector wimmin.
    Maybe they need to remain Labour to 'Fat ditzy print wimmin party'?
     
  6. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from LC1 in Deluded Old Scrapper Birds On Dating Sites   
    He looks like val kilmers gay uncle.
  7. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from sarahbell in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/pidcock-refuses-five-times-say-labours-immigration-policy/
    After the Labour Party conference – something Corbyn views as the sovereign decision-making body of the party – voted for a ‘defend and extend free movement’ immigration policy, the So-Called BBC’s Today Programme was understandably inquisitive as to what this would mean for Labour’s immigration plans. Laura Pidcock failed to answer the question five consecutive times…
    Guido has compiled a handy reminder for Labour Shadow Cabinet members of what conference committed party policy to do:
    Oppose the current immigration legislation and any curbing of rights Campaign for free movement, equality and rights for migrants Reject any immigration system based on incomes, migrants’ utility to business, and number caps/targets Close all detention centres Ensure unconditional right to family reunion Maintain and extend free movement rights End “no recourse to public funds” policies Scrap all Hostile Environment measures… and restrictions on migrants’ NHS access Extend equal rights to vote to all UK residents regardless of nationality
    She studied politics at Manchester Metropolitan University,[8] and was a mental health support worker before working within, then managing, the education team at anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.[8] She completed an MSc in Disaster Management and Sustainable Development at Northumbria University in 2012, with research focusing on children's institutions in Bulgaria.[9] Pidcock was a councillor for Cramlington Eastfield ward on Northumberland County Council, losing her seat to the Conservative Party candidate in the 2017 UK local elections.[8]
    That might come in handy on the day afterthe GE ....
  8. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Rowley in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
  9. Lol
    spygirl got a reaction from Hail the Tripod in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    https://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/Handlers/Download.ashx?IDMF=a81cc274-47e5-4bc0-856e-dbfc910dbe22
    No break down of individual salaries in their accounts.
    tut tut.
     
  10. Agree
    spygirl reacted to Sgt Hartman in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    As a slight thread crossed, one of my customers kids is 6,6 (he has a condition) and goes to Uni. He's a top bloke.
    Recently, the university declared that they were going to spend an ungodly sum building dedicated transgender toilets. This guy argued that percentage-wise, there were far more excessively tall people in the population whose height issues weren't being catered for than transgender people so why were provisions not being made for them? 
    This went down about as well as you can imagine....
  11. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from stokiescum in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/pidcock-refuses-five-times-say-labours-immigration-policy/
    After the Labour Party conference – something Corbyn views as the sovereign decision-making body of the party – voted for a ‘defend and extend free movement’ immigration policy, the So-Called BBC’s Today Programme was understandably inquisitive as to what this would mean for Labour’s immigration plans. Laura Pidcock failed to answer the question five consecutive times…
    Guido has compiled a handy reminder for Labour Shadow Cabinet members of what conference committed party policy to do:
    Oppose the current immigration legislation and any curbing of rights Campaign for free movement, equality and rights for migrants Reject any immigration system based on incomes, migrants’ utility to business, and number caps/targets Close all detention centres Ensure unconditional right to family reunion Maintain and extend free movement rights End “no recourse to public funds” policies Scrap all Hostile Environment measures… and restrictions on migrants’ NHS access Extend equal rights to vote to all UK residents regardless of nationality
    She studied politics at Manchester Metropolitan University,[8] and was a mental health support worker before working within, then managing, the education team at anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.[8] She completed an MSc in Disaster Management and Sustainable Development at Northumbria University in 2012, with research focusing on children's institutions in Bulgaria.[9] Pidcock was a councillor for Cramlington Eastfield ward on Northumberland County Council, losing her seat to the Conservative Party candidate in the 2017 UK local elections.[8]
    That might come in handy on the day afterthe GE ....
  12. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Caravan Monster in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    Sort of, but it works both ways.
    The reason why public school boys end up in poltics n law is that noone else wants them. And these arent big paying areas.
    The one area that could do with gutting it medical Drs.
    Ive interviewed a lot of public sector types.
    I always ask for them to show whatreturn their parents got on their 20k/year education cost above that of going to a state school.
     
     
  13. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from JFK in Tax credit even more sad face :-<<<   
    Said before - Muslim credits ....
  14. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from JFK in Tax credit even more sad face :-<<<   
    So wftc ended on Sep 20th, I’m single, work 16 hr a week, daughters 18 not working and my last month wage was crap £430 applied uc and I’m getting £46 for this months entitlement, have a mortgage so what’s happened to 317 single persons entitlement.

    This don’t cover outgoings, no wonder people’s in dept, I’m loosing 600 a month as it is.
     If your daughters 18 and you don't receive any disability element then you won't be entitled to the work allowance either. So uc will deduct 63p for every pound earned from your award
    So can I claim for my 18 yr who doesn’t work
     I need to work full time then I guess il av to leave my job of 17 yrs cause only given 16 hrs per wk
    Be better off dead at this rate
    No not better of dead.but maybe look for more then 16 hours or see if your 18 year ild can claim her self. Or work and help out
    Government is diabolical,
    Mary Murphy it's not up to the government to fund your life . If you can work full time then do it ! Everyone else as to
     I couldn't agree more with your comment. If your not disabled or have dependant responsibilities then you should be working full time. Yes I know that full time jobs are sometimes hard to come by but I got round it by doing 2 part time jobs which totals full time
     
    Look for a full time job, also if your daughter is not in education she could start work ?
    We are very lucky to live in this country, you would get no money in any other country
     
     
  15. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from MrLibertyRedux in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    Cons doing their migration pitch.
    Labour activists offering UK plebs something different.
    But delegates have continued to debate and vote on policies - and cheered as the motion on extending migrant rights was carried unanimously in a show of hands.
    The motion urges Labour to:
    Defend the right of EU migrants to live and work in the EU under free movement rules Give the vote to all migrants in the UK Reject any immigration system based on quotas, caps, targets or incomes Close all migrant detention centres Guarantee the unconditional right to family reunion visas for migrants from outside the EU End "no recourse to public funds" policies, which prevent some immigrants from claiming benefits Scrap so-called "hostile environment" polices, which restrict access to accommodation and the NHS Ana Oppenheim, from the Labour Campaign for Free Movement, which put forward the motion, said: "In 2017, it was a source of shame for many activists that our manifesto included ending free movement.
    "Now we can move forward not only committed to defending free movement, but to giving migrants the vote."
     
  16. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Frank Hovis in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/pidcock-refuses-five-times-say-labours-immigration-policy/
    After the Labour Party conference – something Corbyn views as the sovereign decision-making body of the party – voted for a ‘defend and extend free movement’ immigration policy, the So-Called BBC’s Today Programme was understandably inquisitive as to what this would mean for Labour’s immigration plans. Laura Pidcock failed to answer the question five consecutive times…
    Guido has compiled a handy reminder for Labour Shadow Cabinet members of what conference committed party policy to do:
    Oppose the current immigration legislation and any curbing of rights Campaign for free movement, equality and rights for migrants Reject any immigration system based on incomes, migrants’ utility to business, and number caps/targets Close all detention centres Ensure unconditional right to family reunion Maintain and extend free movement rights End “no recourse to public funds” policies Scrap all Hostile Environment measures… and restrictions on migrants’ NHS access Extend equal rights to vote to all UK residents regardless of nationality
    She studied politics at Manchester Metropolitan University,[8] and was a mental health support worker before working within, then managing, the education team at anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.[8] She completed an MSc in Disaster Management and Sustainable Development at Northumbria University in 2012, with research focusing on children's institutions in Bulgaria.[9] Pidcock was a councillor for Cramlington Eastfield ward on Northumberland County Council, losing her seat to the Conservative Party candidate in the 2017 UK local elections.[8]
    That might come in handy on the day afterthe GE ....
  17. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from whocares in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    https://order-order.com/2019/11/14/pidcock-refuses-five-times-say-labours-immigration-policy/
    After the Labour Party conference – something Corbyn views as the sovereign decision-making body of the party – voted for a ‘defend and extend free movement’ immigration policy, the So-Called BBC’s Today Programme was understandably inquisitive as to what this would mean for Labour’s immigration plans. Laura Pidcock failed to answer the question five consecutive times…
    Guido has compiled a handy reminder for Labour Shadow Cabinet members of what conference committed party policy to do:
    Oppose the current immigration legislation and any curbing of rights Campaign for free movement, equality and rights for migrants Reject any immigration system based on incomes, migrants’ utility to business, and number caps/targets Close all detention centres Ensure unconditional right to family reunion Maintain and extend free movement rights End “no recourse to public funds” policies Scrap all Hostile Environment measures… and restrictions on migrants’ NHS access Extend equal rights to vote to all UK residents regardless of nationality
    She studied politics at Manchester Metropolitan University,[8] and was a mental health support worker before working within, then managing, the education team at anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card.[8] She completed an MSc in Disaster Management and Sustainable Development at Northumbria University in 2012, with research focusing on children's institutions in Bulgaria.[9] Pidcock was a councillor for Cramlington Eastfield ward on Northumberland County Council, losing her seat to the Conservative Party candidate in the 2017 UK local elections.[8]
    That might come in handy on the day afterthe GE ....
  18. Agree
    spygirl reacted to JFK in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    E.g. more free shit for anyone from any shitehole of the third world.  
    I wonder if this person locks their doors at night. Can i drop by Ana's house,  help myself to her food,  leccy, sleep there  ... why not?  Are you some fucking bigot,  check your privilege 
  19. Agree
    spygirl reacted to Caravan Monster in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    This assumption is still widely believed and is great marketing for independent schools but is largely false. Unfair opportunities children starting out in work come via their parents and their social network. Example being the current Bullingdon boy / Eton toff prime minister, I would be very surprised if his early career opportunities didn't come via his father's contacts. In Boris' case, it was probably a bit of a disadvantage in the Westminster bubble that there were people from Eton who knew him to have been a bit of a wanker as a child. Contrast with people like myself from families of hill folk that were successful in the post war boom and had the money to send the kids  to a fairly reputable public school in the above belief. I can guarantee that none of my generation got jobs through people from school. In fact I can remember one of my cousins as a youngster being very concerned that his workmates from the fabrication shop didn't get to see where his parents house was because they would see him as a 'toff'. Which in a round about way brings us back to the OP about made up identity politics being used as a tool in some industries and parts of the public sector to close off job opportunities and keep the 'right sort' / same type of people within workplaces. This is because people generally tend to self segregate into familiar groups to increase their security and opportunities.
  20. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from PatronizingGit in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    Cons doing their migration pitch.
    Labour activists offering UK plebs something different.
    But delegates have continued to debate and vote on policies - and cheered as the motion on extending migrant rights was carried unanimously in a show of hands.
    The motion urges Labour to:
    Defend the right of EU migrants to live and work in the EU under free movement rules Give the vote to all migrants in the UK Reject any immigration system based on quotas, caps, targets or incomes Close all migrant detention centres Guarantee the unconditional right to family reunion visas for migrants from outside the EU End "no recourse to public funds" policies, which prevent some immigrants from claiming benefits Scrap so-called "hostile environment" polices, which restrict access to accommodation and the NHS Ana Oppenheim, from the Labour Campaign for Free Movement, which put forward the motion, said: "In 2017, it was a source of shame for many activists that our manifesto included ending free movement.
    "Now we can move forward not only committed to defending free movement, but to giving migrants the vote."
     
  21. Informative
    spygirl got a reaction from Harley in Credit deflation and the reflation cycle to come (part 2)   
    Posted on GE thread.
    Should also be posted here.
    https://surplusenergyeconomics.wordpress.com/2019/11/11/158-an-air-of-unreality/
    Growth, output and debt – coming clean
    If you were to believe official figures, British economic output increased by 11% between 2008 and 2018, adding £212bn (at 2018 values) to recorded GDP. This in itself is far from impressive and, since population numbers increased by 7% over that decade, left GDP per capita just 3.6% ahead.
    Even these uninspiring figures flatter to deceive. Over a decade in which GDP has increased by £212bn, debt has risen by £890bn, meaning that each £1 of recorded “growth” has been accompanied by £4.18 in net new borrowing.
    This, to be sure, is an improvement over the 2000-08 period, which witnessed a reckless, credit-driven bubble in which debt increased by £5.63 for each £1 of “growth”. But the UK economy remains excessively dependent on continuing increases in debt.
  22. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from sarahbell in The GREAT BIG General election thread   
    Cons doing their migration pitch.
    Labour activists offering UK plebs something different.
    But delegates have continued to debate and vote on policies - and cheered as the motion on extending migrant rights was carried unanimously in a show of hands.
    The motion urges Labour to:
    Defend the right of EU migrants to live and work in the EU under free movement rules Give the vote to all migrants in the UK Reject any immigration system based on quotas, caps, targets or incomes Close all migrant detention centres Guarantee the unconditional right to family reunion visas for migrants from outside the EU End "no recourse to public funds" policies, which prevent some immigrants from claiming benefits Scrap so-called "hostile environment" polices, which restrict access to accommodation and the NHS Ana Oppenheim, from the Labour Campaign for Free Movement, which put forward the motion, said: "In 2017, it was a source of shame for many activists that our manifesto included ending free movement.
    "Now we can move forward not only committed to defending free movement, but to giving migrants the vote."
     
  23. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Melchett in Tax credit even more sad face :-<<<   
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-50170297
    One women - referred to as T to protect her identity - told the committee she turned to sex work because her universal credit payments were not enough to cover her basic living costs.
    "It is horrible to say, but it is the easiest thing to keep us girls alive," the 21-year-old said.
    Advances are available while people wait for their first payment, however this must then be paid back from subsequent payments so T said she continued to struggle to make ends meet.
    "I only spend £20 on gas and electric a fortnight... I am trying my best, £30 on shopping, not a penny over, because if I go a penny over I can't get other stuff that I need, tampons and things," she said.
    "By the time I got [the advance payment] I had spent it and then I was waiting another three to four weeks for my benefit.
    "Even then when I got my benefit, they were taking £150 off my benefit and I was left with £50."
    Surely the real question is why a single 21yo is having kids and expecting bennies?
    If shes taking blokes back to her flat, with the kids there, then the kids needs took off her pronto.
    And no comment or curiosity on why shes being deducted 150.
    This is not an example of why UC is bad. Its a good example of why you should not be gicing benefit to people hwove never fucking worked.
    If you ant to stop this shit happening then deny all cash benefits, put the girls in flats with supervision and force them to work or go school whilst someone looks after their kids.
     
     
     
     
  24. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from Chewing Grass in Tax credit even more sad face :-<<<   
    Said before - Muslim credits ....
  25. Agree
    spygirl got a reaction from stokiescum in First gender pay gap now class pay gap   
    Fawcett lobbying for women to be able to ask how much men earn.
    Im sure the reverse applies too ... surely ......
    Ive not a problem with that providing I can find out how many sick days a person has had too.