Monthly Archives: November 2011

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My Observation On New Laws To Make Sacking Workers Easier

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My Observations New Laws To Make Sacking Easier. To do it justice I decided to include the article below: Prime Minister David Cameron will go to war against the trade unions by unveiling new laws to make it easier for … Continue reading

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Observations Libdems(Fibdems)warned over The Ministry of Sound Donations

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My Observations Libdems(Fibdems)warned over The Ministry of Sound Donations. To do it justice I decided to include the article below: The Ministry of Sound, in Elephant and Castle, south London, successfully fought to prevent developer Oakmayne building a residential tower … Continue reading

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Greed More Greed from the Tories and Their Crownies

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My observations on Heritage Oil Chief Recruits Former Tory Candidate For Access To Libya’s Reserves  I decided to enclose the article to do it justice: Tony Buckingham, the British former soldier of fortune who heads Heritage Oil, the exploration firm, … Continue reading

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My Observations On Experts Warn Of More Pain In Job Markets In Jobs Market

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My observations on Experts Warn Of More Pain In Job Markets  I decided to enclose the article to do it justice: The jobs market is facing a “slow, painful contraction” as firms scale back decisions on recruitment because of the … Continue reading

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My Observations on 15 Minute Token Strike

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My Observations of 25 Minutes Token Strike, I decided to enclose the speech to do it justice: The government has suggested public sector workers planning to strike over pension changes stage a “token” walkout lasting just 15 minutes. With pension … Continue reading

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All Mouth and no Action from David Cameron (Pay Raise))

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If we really are all in it together, as David Cameron insists, it can’t be long before the Prime Minister demands substantial pay rises for workers in successful firms. With top companies’ directors seeing an annual rise in remuneration of … Continue reading