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More Job Losses - are we not still in recession?

Gordon "Mr Bean" Brown thinks we're coming out of recession - try telling these people you incompetent moron! http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2010/jan/28/astrazeneca-shop-direct-toyota-job-cuts?CMP=AFCYAH Call the election now Brown, before we have no work force left! Labourites - do you think you're on course to win the election? Edit - new labour voter - yes , probably - he's very good at dishing out money! Edit - you just cling on to your 0.1% growth then you desperate loser , you are mr PREMATURE aren't you , there's a long way to go yet , even further for you and your cronies to fall! When you lose the election i will be rubbing it in EVERY DAY! It will be harsh , i promise you! Hang on - you didn't say "I believe Labour will make the biggest comeback in political history" yet - ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! God you're sad! Edit - Mac - do you read anything else other than the Mirror? What a joke , bet you have all the Janet & John books!!

Asked By: LabourRfinished - 1/28/2010
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I don't like to talk Britain down tbh, and I hate to burst NoLabour's 'little' bubble, and Clown Brown and Dearest Darling may well be feeling quite smug about the pisspoor little temporary 'green-shoot' they claim to hail as the recovery. But let's not forget whose useless policies put us into the longest recession in... More
Answered By: FOXY - 1/28/2010
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try telling that to my sis who held a series of jobs over a period of 9 years, got promotions, worked her way up the career ladder and built up an illustrious resume in the finance and marketing sector before being laid off along with 50 other employees at her firm... More
Answered By: LFC_ANFIELD_REDS - 1/28/2010
 
Actually a recession is usually understood to be closely linked to a fall in the GDP. When Gordon Brown says the UK is coming out of a recession this is what he is referring to. The rest of the problems take a while to sort themselves out because it is necessary for people to begin to have faith in the economy and... More
Answered By: notuglylikebetty - 1/28/2010
 
Unfortunately jobs will continue to be lost even when we are properly out of recession. A lot of firms will wait, and review job situations, until they know for certain that the economy has bottomed out. These companies knew they had to cut jobs but waited so they only had to do it once... More
Answered By: John D - 1/28/2010
 
They are saying this as the economy had only 1.3% growth last quarter, big deal. Their measurement of the economy is growth, not unemployment. How many unemployed have we got now? Is it up to Thatcherite levels yet?
Answered By: Flying Fid - 1/28/2010
 
Alas many more to come as far as job losses go... More
Answered By: New Labour Voter - 1/28/2010
 
Seems like Britain needs to get with the Program in the US we are Creating Jobs, If not that We are Saving Jobs we want No more Damage done here.
Answered By: tfoley5000 - 1/28/2010
 
We are no way near coming out of the recession. Electing any other party will not help. We need our industry back, for that we need to be out of the EU whom have ripped out all our industry and then sell the products back to us. Heavy tax on all imports to make it more expensive to produce outside of the UK
Answered By: Steve V - 1/28/2010
 
Ah, LabourRf, obviously your getting worried as you want the election now, and you realise that people have started to wise up to Cam the Sham and his cronies. If you want to know why we took so long to get out of it then read the article below... More
Answered By: Mac the Knife - 1/28/2010
 
if gordon clown genuinely cares about this country he would know that hes fukked up big time and he would stand down. call an election... More
Answered By: mrs pin ball uk - 1/28/2010
 
The only ones not in recession still and actually never were as they took no losses which is obvius and even if they did it was all made good by the taxpayer. We'll be making up any losses they might have had for the next 20 years. These are the politicians, bankers and big corps. executives. Like Darling said in his... More
Answered By: alamolicious - 1/28/2010
 
Well it's marginal, but one thing is clear, this country has been brought to its knees again by another Labour Government. The last time, coincidentally, was the last time they were in power, just before Mrs Thatcher came to power. She picked up a very poor down and out country, but she brought it all together and... More
Answered By: Philip - 1/29/2010
 
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