Thursday, 21 May 2009

Putting The C Into CBI

They don’t pay it, regardless of the rate. That is the big argument against the new rate. Although, of course, they cannot make that argument.

So they content themselves with arguing for that most conservative of things, the unrestricted global movement of goods, services, capital and labour. Yes, labour. Otherwise known as migrants.

Mind you, the CBI seems to be producing ones who got away, notably Digby Jones, last sighted marching against such things through the streets of Birmingham, and alongside the Visteon and the Lindsey oil refinery workers of No2EU.


  1. Jones' replacement even spoke at the TUC. Which was... interesting.

  2. We could all become unemployed tomorrow these days.