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Monday, February 02, 2009

GORDON BROWN PM - UP PHARMA'S ARSE!

The facts:

The British economy will shrink by 2.8 per cent this year in the worst performance of any developed economy.

As of today, British companies have confirmed the loss of 83,368 jobs in the past four months.

The wave of wildcat strike action that swept across the UK last week continued today as contract workers at the Sellafield nuclear site joined the protest against foreign labour.

Government figures show 136 suspected illegal immigrants arrested at 2012 site between April and December 2008. More than 100 workers suspected of being illegal immigrants were caught working on the Olympic site last year.

The number of people losing their homes is rising so steeply that it is now greater than at the worst point of the recession nine years ago, according to unpublished government figures for England and Wales.

Confidence among Britain's embattled manufacturers slumped to a near-record low last month as the recession battered industry and bosses embarked on a massive post-Christmas jobs cull.

Sterling falls to $1.36, its lowest level for 25 years.

The demand for mental health services will rise in the wake of the financial crisis.




Pretty grim huh?

Here's what the UK Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, decides to do.

Gordon Brown has summoned senior industry figures, such as Andrew Witty, chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline, and David Brennan, his opposite number at AstraZeneca, to a meeting at No10 to discuss ways of protecting pharmaceuticals and biotechnology companies, their revenues and their jobs, as the economy deteriorates rapidly.

Fuck the small businesses, fuck the masses facing eviction, fuck the British workers losing jobs so corporate companies can employ immigrants for a lower rate of pay.

You have fucked up Brown and you have fucked up an a humongous scale.

You look after Pharma, Brown, we shall have to fend for ourselves. [Like we always have done]

Where is Robin Hood when you need him!

Fid


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