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    In my first post I remarked on the email about strikes Here. Second email want our help! Here Now…

    This is important: I need you to add your name to show you’re backing our long-term economic plan.

    Labour’s recession – the longest and deepest since the war – hit businesses and families hard. Our economy shrank, costing jobs and taking away people’s livelihoods.

    Was the ‘crisis’ caused by Labour or Bankers ? I’m confused.

    But thanks to a realistic assessment of the challenges we faced and your hard work, Britain is starting to get back on its feet.

    Our economy is now larger than it was before Labour’s recession – a major milestone in our long-term economic plan. But there’s still much more to do.

    That’s why I’m asking you to get behind our plan today.

    We’re backing the businesses hit by Labour’s recession. We’ve cut the jobs tax – with 725,000 businesses already benefitting, and able to create more jobs.

    Supporting businesses means there are now 1.8 million more people in work, with the security of a pay packet to provide for them and their families.

    By security you mean zero-hour contracts that offer no security at all? Not ever regular employment. What about lack of affordable housing.

    We’re making sure our economy delivers for those who want to work hard and play by the rules – capping benefits, reducing immigration and cutting income tax for over 25 million people.

    Gary Barlow & Maria Miller agree following the rules are important. Personally I’ve been trying to go back to work since 2012. No help from my local MP, Minister for Disabled People and a million other public department. You’ve taken money away from the sick, disabled and elderly. When told you can’t, you changed the law.

    We’re going in the right direction, but we need to keep going and finish the job. That’s why I’m asking you to back our plan today.

    If we keep going, if we dig deep and all play our part, we can carry on building a stronger, healthier economy and secure a better future for Britain.

    Thanks,

    Esther McVey Minister of State for Employment

    Esther McVey is a well known lier Here

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    34 Year old disabled geek,

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