Tories have encouraged the increasing exploitation of British workers – and here’s the evidence

Company bosses in the UK try to wring every last ounce of profit out of workers while paying them a pittance.

This is damning.

If there was a general election in the near future, would you support the Tories, knowing this?


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4 thoughts on “Tories have encouraged the increasing exploitation of British workers – and here’s the evidence

  1. Brian

    Surely this is good news. Think of the overjoyed peasants faces when they can afford an espresso each week, courtesy of the minimum wage to be applied next year.

  2. Florence

    Exploitation of those in work, persecution of those unwaged or too ill to work. With the roll out of UC, it is the ultimate Tory machine – persecution and exploitation of all, in or out of work, on low incomes where starvation is used as a weapon against men women and children. How can anyone actually vote for this, unless they were in the 0.1%?

    1. NMac

      I agree Florence, but the sad fact is many working class people support the Tories. It is something which has long puzzled me – I believe that flag-waving nationalism is part of the answer, but whether I am correct I don’t know.

      1. Roy Beiley

        Flag waving. Cooing over the birth of Royal babies. The pomp and ceremony of State visits by foreign presidents seems to add some kind of sparkle to the possibly dull lives of a group of people who have retained the old idea of Master and Servant despite the efforts of our education system to give them aspirations for a more egalitarian society. Only through education can these people be enlightened. Way to go then!

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