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Is David Cameron reinventing the english language?

barky Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Anyone noticed he tries not to say "unemployed" or "unemployment" anymore?

He describes people not in a job as "suffering from worklessness" he said it at 3 different meetings this week that I have seen.

is "worklessness" even a word??
barky Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
No it is not.....
1 Like #2
He's obviously got other things on his mind.

http://i846.photobucket.com/albums/ab22/we_are_138/92085315.jpg
#3
^^^^^ QUALITY!!! ROFL!!! V funny!
banned#4
Just because David Cameron is looking for a job, obviously doesn't qualify him as an employment expert anyway

The only unemployment number he wants to fix are his and his cronies
#5
He doesn't 'really' say much to be fair - he skirts around a LOT of issues from a LOT of directions - in a similar way to when pressured the other night by Paxman I think - and AGAIN he wouldn't give a clear answer yes or no... Love that comment above!

Purrrrrrrrrr
xxxxxxx
#6
clegg had a class moment today too-interviewed by a group of student nurses.

student:"what will you do to help student nurses?"

clegg"well,when you qualify you will earn what? 17k a year?"

student "err,no"

clegg "19k?"

student "err,no,21k actually"

clegg"thats what I thought"

legend!
banned#7
barky;8470893
clegg had a class moment today too-interviewed by a group of student nurses.

student:"what will you do to help student nurses?"

clegg"well,when you qualify you will earn what? 17k a year?"

student "err,no"

clegg "19k?"

student "err,no,21k actually"

clegg"thats what I thought"

legend!



:giggle:
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barky
clegg had a class moment today too-interviewed by a group of student nurses.

student:"what will you do to help student nurses?"

clegg"well,when you qualify you will earn what? 17k a year?"

student "err,no"

clegg "19k?"

student "err,no,21k actually"

clegg"thats what I thought"

legend!


http://lightcatchingmachine.com/NVHS/Images/cards/windows-playing-cards.png

Is this your card ?
#9
barky
clegg had a class moment today too-interviewed by a group of student nurses.

student:"what will you do to help student nurses?"

clegg"well,when you qualify you will earn what? 17k a year?"

student "err,no"

clegg "19k?"

student "err,no,21k actually"

clegg"thats what I thought"

legend!


thats amazing! do you have a link?
#10
Is "worklessness" even a word??

It's a perfectly cromulent word. :thumbsup:
#11
hdizzle
thats amazing! do you have a link?


no link m8-sorry-watched it live on bbc news earlier today.
#12
Evil_monkey
Is "worklessness" even a word??

It's a perfectly cromulent word. :thumbsup:


A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man.
#13
dontasciime
http://lightcatchingmachine.com/NVHS/Images/cards/windows-playing-cards.png

Is this your card ?


Afraid this one was mine:

http://www.gfarnsworth.com/Vanessa/graphic/Graphics_Big/JokerCard.jpg
banned#14
barky
no link m8-sorry-watched it live on bbc news earlier today.


Shame, sounds brilliant. I just had a look on the BBC website and couldn't see the video either.
#15
not convinced by him.. still.
#16
All the main parties have talked of future belt tightening
I pity those who will be the furture workless as a result of these cuts.
Only thing cameron seems to be really pushing is to save inheritence tax for those with more expensive houses. It is something he will absolutely not budge on even though he is aware of the economic situation. Think the glimmer of hope that tories might get power is too important after being cast aside for so long.
Boy are the working people going to pay for it if he gets in.
I know this is a marmite moment but this is what one man made good has to say.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/general-election/features/2010/04/28/sir-alex-ferguson-supports-labour-and-says-david-cameron-s-policies-are-about-helping-his-own-sort-115875-22216982/

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