Friday, 08 September 2017 13:16

    Labour analysis highlights worst household income since 1940's

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    We know that times are hard and people are struggling more than ever before to make money stretch and afford a comfortable living, but, according to new analysis, people are unaware just how dire the situation is.

    The analysis, conducted by a section of the Labour party, shows that the country’s average household income is the worst it’s been since the 1940s.

    Whilst we can appreciate that times are difficult for people and we do not deny that money is as tight as it has ever been, we have to use caution when using figures and analysis from the Labour party. These are the very same people, under Jeremy Corbyn, who basically want everything to be free to everyone whilst also having a mass immigration policy which puts strains on every part of our society – and that is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to ludicrous ideologies.

    Let us not forget that the worst financial crash that our country has ever seen occurred under the watchful eye of a Labour government in 2007 (which wasn’t as far left as it is now) and that meant thousands upon thousands of people ended up losing their homes and jobs. It is also part of the reason why we are still in austerity measures now. People, in our opinion, have very short memories.

    It was also a Labour government who made the decision to help out the banks when they all got into financial difficulty, and it was the British people who paid then, and who still do to this day.

    We don’t want to turn this post into a Labour bashing, but unlike a lot of people we feel things need saying that may not be overly popular.

    Labour believe that in order to improve people’s household income and forge a better standard of living for the country as a whole, they should spend their way out of everything. We tried that before – and it failed. Their manifesto pledge in the last election of raising the minimum wage to £10 per hour was a real hit amongst the poorest in society and, of course, the student population.

    But what people fail to understand is that a lot of employers cannot afford to pay employees £10 per hour, meaning they will not set the same amount of people on and may have to make redundancies to ensure they stay in business.

    To us, it seems like common sense, but the Labour party and its supporters only see the £10 per hour figure and believe that everyone is going to live happily ever after.

    To be fair, the Labour party is for people who really haven’t got any concept of the real world. The party and its supporters believe that they can spend their way out of trouble, offer everyone a free education and health service and encourage mass immigration without having no direct impact on jobs, lifestyles and communities.

    Get real.

    Someone needs to speak the truth. Mass immigration has put pressure on communities in ways that can never be reversed and we’re in austerity measures because Labour overspent in every which way possible and they’re just the basic principles of Labour governance.

    We’re by no means saying that a Tory government is the way forward but they at least seem to have an ounce of common sense when it comes to spending.

    We honestly believe that Jeremy Corbyn and his cronies don’t want anyone to work so that everyone can live in pits and ghettos and claim benefits – that to them is the definition of socialism. 

    Rant over.

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