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  • But running the ruler forward on the chart, using the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts – which show labour's share of the economy edging down by several more points by 2015 – suggests that if there is a developing imbalance in the economy it is an imbalance against the workforce.

    Trade unions: wage rage | Editorial

  • If people do not understand that the deficit was not accrued by labour's profligacy, but was more down to the drying up of revenues, and the global recession and the banking crisis, then this is because the main stream media choose to tell lies in their publications and give misleading statements from Cameron, Clegg and Osborne pride of place.

    Labour and the deficit: Stumbling towards a strategy | Editorial

  • But running the ruler forward on the chart, using the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts – which show labour's share of the economy edging down by several more points by 2015 – suggests that if there is a developing imbalance in the economy it is an imbalance against the workforce.

    Trade unions: wage rage | Editorial

  • Everyone was entitled to vote im the Euro election, for some reason the Conservatives managed to tkae advantage of labour's weakness better than PC.

    Wales turns True Blue!

  • And remember labour's reaction when John Swinney in an equally opportunistic move a few months back decided to restore in full (backdate) the pension allocation to civil sevanmts underpaid over the years due to a technical error, a concession not offered by the UK government

    Purcell - pay for your own Labour leadership bid

  • American unions are jumping on the bandwagon, showing solidarity with a movement that shares many of labour's anti-corporate views.

    From the fringe to centre stage, the Occupiers may yet change US politics | Michael Cohen

  • So if you are poor (labour's core vote) you are a bad parent.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • The tories should be able to make a very convincing case without frightening the horses and without giving away hostages to fortune in terms of unsustainable commitments or leaving open goals for labour's liars.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Getting 218 votes in the House won't be easy and perhaps impossible unless labour's muscle is behind the vote too, but it's that or disaster.

    Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...

  • Getting 218 votes in the House won't be easy and perhaps impossible unless labour's muscle is behind the vote too, but it's that or disaster.

    Massachusetts Meltdown

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