Fall guys again?

  spider9 11:42 06 Jun 11

Looks like the LibDems have once again been chosen to lead on a policy threat which I doubt will not please their membership overmuch.

click here

But takes the pressure off Nick, for now, I suppose!

  birdface 13:05 06 Jun 11

When will they ever learn.

Either that it is Cable trying to stir things up again.

  Strawballs 14:03 06 Jun 11

They will introduce tougher employment laws anyway it's their way of keeping their backers sweet.

  cream. 15:23 06 Jun 11

Fairs fair. It was the Cons turn, last time.

conservative minister heckled

  spider9 17:28 06 Jun 11

"Or, in other words, this is a thread that's going nowhere."

Well, that's that then, the Oracle has spoken - might as well end it here!

  cream. 18:06 06 Jun 11

Wish someone would go nowhere, I can draw a map. ;-)

Gob of the forum.

The lib dems will continue to take the flak just so they can have a tiny bit of power. If the conservatives told them to sodd off and there was a general election. The lib dems would know they would be decimated.

As for the unions. The strike rate of unions must be at it's lowest ebb for decades. Just because public sector unions are having a one day strike over the mass reduction of staff, cable had to go in a shoot his big mouth off.

  cream. 19:04 06 Jun 11

Well keep out of it and you wont wind anyone up, will you.

  spider9 19:35 06 Jun 11

fourm member

Once more you make a judgement on what MAY happen in a thread, and YOU decide it is partisan politics and about the evil Tories versus those who caused the economic mess. Let me ask where in my original post, was there any mention of either evil or economics? My point was that once again the inept LiDems find themselves being cast in the role of 'bad-guys'.

If as you say the thread is going nowhere, why the need to enter the discussion at all?

You, then, make up whatever crosses your mind - in order to aggravate others and try and prevent any political view but your own being expressed. (All unions bad - all government good, it's black and white to your prejudiced mind I'm afraid!)

As Cream correctly said, the level of strikes (outside London, particularly) are at an all-time low - just seemed strange that Cable was sent in to purposefully ruffle the workers, at this particular juncture!

  Strawballs 19:49 06 Jun 11

fourm member

So your telling me it does not happen in the same way Labour keep the unions sweet get your head out of the sand.

  cream. 19:49 06 Jun 11

Strawballs has a valid point and his/hers post is not inflammatory. In no way was the word corrupt mentioned, it is just you trying to stir it.

and everyone knows it.

  Strawballs 19:52 06 Jun 11

Cream, his :-)

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