Tuesday, 4 May 2010

Girl Crying on Labour Stage: Mother Works on Minimum Wage at Treasury

At Labour's election rally, London's Central Halll this weekend we were treated to the sight of a girl crying her eyes out over having to eat lentils all week and not being able to afford a laptop.

Then the sick making spectacle of Brown comforting her.

Her mother works for the Treasury as a cleaner on minimum wage...


Gareth 4 May 2010 at 23:08  

"Her mother works for the Treasury as a cleaner on minimum wage..."

How else would they have found someone?

It stinks from beginning to end. It is a major push to get taxpayers to pay a 'living wage' (as has happened in Glasgow council) that private enterprise cannot compete with. The blank cheque mentality must cease.

The woman's low wage wouldn't be such an issue if a certain Mr Brown hadn't inflated the cost of living upwards. It's no use shuffling faddy gadgets in and out of the CPI basket of goods to fiddle inflation when food and fuel prices keep going up and portions get smaller.

Anonymous 5 May 2010 at 06:19  

This is really just child abuse, putting that poor girl up there in public view and exploiting her. It`s like something out of Maoist China.

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