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    Default Wheres the so called unity from the Pubic Service now?

    So its fine for the Pubic Service to avoid cuts so it can be thrown onto those working minimum wage instead? They say "lets not divide the workforce". Staying fairly quiet now i see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    So its fine for the Pubic Service to avoid cuts so it can be thrown onto those working minimum wage instead? They say "lets not divide the workforce". Staying fairly quiet now i see.

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    There has always been divisons between sectors and there always will be...its a dog eat dog world out there ...
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    Speaking of unions, i guess its the unions are at fault here more than the workers themselves. They are quick enough to try and ally the support of the private sector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    So its fine for the Pubic Service to avoid cuts so it can be thrown onto those working minimum wage instead? They say "lets not divide the workforce". Staying fairly quiet now i see.

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    What are you on about now , where did you dredge this up from and why ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rimmerguy View Post
    What are you on about now , where did you dredge this up from and why ?
    I heard it that all workers right across the board will be taxed on their incomes which means the lowest paid will struggle to survive.

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    Yeah shit happens sometimes west . We're all in it together , like it or not for the next decade at least . And if the lower paid were taxed an extra say 10 euro a week , that wont hurt them too much would it . Thats a lot of money the govt could take in off people who contribute very little as is . No doubt tho that you'd prefer the docs and teachers and garda and the rest of the pub service to keep paying out time after time , after all aren't they only a shower of c%&$s in your eyes
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    Quote Originally Posted by rimmerguy View Post
    Yeah shit happens sometimes west . We're all in it together , like it or not for the next decade at least . And if the lower paid were taxed an extra say 10 euro a week , that wont hurt them too much would it . Thats a lot of money the govt could take in off people who contribute very little as is . No doubt tho that you'd prefer the docs and teachers and garda and the rest of the pub service to keep paying out time after time , after all aren't they only a shower of c%&$s in your eyes
    If they are paying a mortage,supporting a family,bills and trying to keep their head above water a tenner can go a long away.How can they be expected to pay anymore......arragence from the upper class i expect.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rimmerguy View Post
    Yeah shit happens sometimes west . We're all in it together , like it or not for the next decade at least . And if the lower paid were taxed an extra say 10 euro a week , that wont hurt them too much would it . Thats a lot of money the govt could take in off people who contribute very little as is . No doubt tho that you'd prefer the docs and teachers and garda and the rest of the pub service to keep paying out time after time , after all aren't they only a shower of c%&$s in your eyes
    Only because they wont feel the hit as much as the lower paid
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    Quote Originally Posted by rimmerguy View Post
    Ylike it or not for the next decade at least .
    Ppl only say this to make themselves feel better. the fact of the matter is nobody knows how long it will last but it will last a lot longer if everyone doesn't pro actively work together and that includes the public service. Its a disgrace that some public sector areas are still wasting frightening amounts of money and poor productivity. Most of these services should be privatised.

    By the way, i think the key to us moving out of this recession is in the US and UK markets via trading.Like it always was and not the so called EU.

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    Last edited by Westsidex; 27-07-10 at 21:09.

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