Employment: British jobs for British workers?
Think back to earlier this year when two big news stories jostled for front page space. Canny editors combined the two, running photographs of striking workers standing on picket lines while snowstorms threatened to obliterate their 'British jobs for British workers' placards. Two months on and snow has given way to spring, but the issues that prompted the strikers onto their picket lines still smoulder on, fuelled by the worsening economic situation.
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