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Britain has suffered one of its the biggest drops in median pay over the last two years, recent figures have revealed. Out of the EU's 27 member-states, only the Netherlands, Cyprus and Greece performed worse than the UK.
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Is it time for the west to admit modern Capitalism has failed ? or is it just serving the rich ?
OH cheap as chips and sound as a Pound,,, maybe not ;) I only wonder what is the logic in the UK wanting not to be a larger player in Europe, over 60% over exports are for Europeans not being apart of team you can only shout on the side lines and cry in your chips.In this integral world of interconnection, more is better than less.
Conservatives cut benefits for being too close to wages when in fact wages are too low. Vermin
"maximum wage" CEO's would melt down and cry at the thought Good idea
Cleanup Banking and Corperate greed Bonuses should be used to pay ordinary workers Regulating helps
Socialism isn't the answer. Let free markets reign, and we'll all be better off.
They're down and will stay down. Get rid of capitalism and bring in maximum wage,financial equality
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