Wednesday, 10 October 2012

#SCOct20 UNISON: Cameron offers no hope for millions struggling to find jobs

10 Oct 2012

Cameron blames everyone but his own party

Commenting on David Cameron’s speech to the Conservative Party Conference today, Dave Prentis General Secretary of UNISON, said:

“David Cameron’s speech was full of typical Tory knockabout rhetoric – but sadly not as amusing as his nemesis Boris Johnson. He blamed everyone but himself and the failed Tory no-hope austerity agenda that is dragging this country down.

“His speech may get applause in the Birmingham Tory bubble but back in the real world he had no vision, no hope for the millions of people struggling to find jobs where there are none. His claims of job creation by the private sector are over-inflated by jobs transferred out of public services.

“And his claims that new businesses are springing up across the country simply ignore the shattered dreams and hopes of those forced to shut up shop or make staff redundant. With so many jobs under threat people have no confidence to go out and spend.”

UNISON UK website story here.

The speech is one more reason to march in Glasgow for the STUC A Future that Works event
Sat Oct 20 #SCOct20


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