Posts Tagged ‘legislation’

Old clegg has come out with some nonsense today that the “economy had been “lopsided” since the mid 1980s and its “fundamentals” needed to change”. This coming from a former member of said party that made the 80’s the dreaded era we talk about now. Now I’m sorry, but to be quite frank the situation is pretty clear. This government has been cowardly. It still is cowardly and has not come forth with the right attitude, we all know about the tax dodgers and the profits of the highest grossing people in the world gaining still. This has to stop. And these peddled lies about the concerned coalition trying to make up for labours mistake are no excuse and a tired one at that. They need to realise that no one is buying what their selling. (Excuse the capitalist phrasing.) The local election run so far have been proof people are done with this government who cut and hoard and yet show nothing stable and no concept that is not half baked.
Labour has no real way to hide either. After blanketing the nation in borrowed debt and drugging the nation with its lies, this apathetic nation must begin to break free of this consistently narrow minded view that the government is there to control us and instead that it is our choice who to put there to help and assist us. But first we need the party, not of the big three, but one who can take the steps needed to enforce the main issues are dealt with properly, and not slink around them and makes low income families pay more than any others. They may want to change things but it is definitely not for the better. The confirmed studies report from the IFS states that the cuts are “regressive” and a clear oppressive push on the lower class. I’m not comfortable when economic experts such as CBI boss Sir Richard Lambert statements “It’s (the coalition) failed to articulate in big picture terms its vision of what the UK economy might become … (The government has) taken a series of policy initiatives for political reasons, apparently careless of the damage they might do to business and to job creation” when Clegg speaks about finding a sustainable economic system. They are clueless comrades, and it is time to say No more.
It is apparent that the rights of British citizens are ever increasingly being removed; this can clearly be seen in a legislation that is to be discussed in the commons next week. This is in regard to teachers being able to search students phones and remove information that ‘they deem’ inappropriate. While we would not condone the sharing of inappropriate materials between students at an educational facility, this does not condone such breaches of privacy that the bill would implement.
The current government seems once again to be systematically attempting to legislate in a way that aims to remove basic human rights of its citizens and this should not be allowed.
Solidarity and good health.