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I worked for Royal Mail for 12years before retiring I worked in the business centre and I know Royal Mail had to give the government large amounts of money and they also propped parcel force up. The government has not been fair to Royal mail in the past. Billy Hayes is no good he is another Arthur Scargill as a lot of postman all they want in job security and a decent wage most of them are not millitant. I think Billy Hayes is taking them for a ride and the unions are trying to destroy Royal Mail as is the government and then sell it to the high bidder at a low price we should not let it go to a foreign company it belongs to England and it should keep the Royal Mail insigna if it goes abroad we will loose that I fear.
jacqui williams |
October 21, 2009 at 02:46 PM
Mr Brown, you claim that the Conservatives were wrong on everything. But they left you with a growing economy and public finances in good shape. It is you and your Party that have been at the helm for the past 12+ years. The mess we are in is because YOU are wrong on everything.
YOU were responsible for the tripartite regulatory system for the finance sector - which failed to spot the credit crunch coming. YOU were responsible for the biggest credit/house price bubble of all time. YOU who has added 1 million to the state pay roll. YOU who has over spent so spectacularly that the public finances will take a generation to rectify.
Mr Brown, you are a disgrace. If you were any man at all, you would accept responsibility for your incompetence, resign and call a General Election. But you are not a man. You are an inadequate failure.
Mrs Brown, YOU embarrassingly declared at the Labour Party Conference that your husband was your hero. Then I feel very sorry for you.
I feel much more sorrow, however, for the good people up and down our country whose lives will be blighted by the consequences of you 'hero's' handiwork.
A Reformed Labour Voter |
October 21, 2009 at 03:17 PM
Some good background information here:
October 21, 2009 at 03:53 PM
Good information indeed. I disagreed with Tory Privatisations in the 80's & 90's and still disagree with it today. German & French Power Generation Companies have taken control of our Electricity supplies. Water is now 40% more expensive (after inflation) than it was in 1989. And we now subsidise the Railways four times more than we did. Great.
Yet Privatising the Post Office remains Tory policy. Still wedded to the same failed Thatcherite doctrine, (same one that dismantled our manufacturing base & declared the future was in the finance sector - at least these have been accepted as mistakes).
It ain't broke and there appears to be no benefits from change. Let's do it anyway.
A Reformed Labour Voter |
October 21, 2009 at 04:11 PM
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