1MILLION PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS CUT
Union blasts destructive Tories for big losses Did you win?
CRAZED despot Kim Jong-un roars with glee as he fires a second missile over Japan in under a month.
The North Korean tyrant was flanked by generals and officials as he watched the rocket blast off from a mobile launcher. And he taunted the White House amid the THE number of public servants has fallen by nearly one million in seven years.
In 2010, 6.4 million people worked in the public sector. Now, under Tory PM Theresa May, it is 5.44 million.
And they make up just 16.9 per cent of the total labour force, the lowest proportion since 1947, the year before the NHS was founded.
The GMB union blames the Tories’ cuts, privatisation and outsourcing for the job losses.
Its national secretary for public services Rehana Azam said: “Today’s ongoing nuclear row by saying yesterday: “Our final goal is to establish the equilibrium of real force with the US and make rulers dare not talk of a military option.”
The latest rocket, a Hwasong-12, flew over Hokkaido in northern Japan on Friday and landed in the Conservatives seem intent on dragging us back to the dark days of the past. Enough is enough.
“GMB’s members are performing miracles but the vital services they deliver are stripped- back and hollowed-out and denied resources they need. Workers are denied the fair pay rises they deserve.”
A GMB report found the cost of agency and temporary workers has increased by £2.5billion since 201213 – more than the £2.2billion the Treasury estimated the public sector Pacific Ocean about 1,240 miles to the east, according to Tokyo.
North Korea has claimed that America is now within range of its intercontinental ballistic missiles.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has warned that Kim poses a threat to the UK. pay cap would save in 2017-18. The figures come as the Government announced it was lifting the sevenyear, one per cent cap for some public sector workers.
Labour MP Peter Dowd, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said public servants had been driven out of their professions.
He said: “Thanks to t he Conservatives’ cuts, our understaffed and underfunded services are being stretched to breaking point.”
LAUNCH: Missile fired from mobile launcher WRONG ’UN: Kim cheers latest rocket
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