Sunday, February 08, 2009

British workers warn of more unrest

Barry Artiste Op/Ed
Yeah, we all know how this will turn out, will Politicians listen? Well perhaps I can direct readers to my previous discussion on this topic affecting Canada and the US.


Go to my link for an informative earful and comments from Now Public Readers.


 http://my.nowpublic.com/world/canadian-prime-minister-refuses-get-blown-job-stats






NORTH KILLINGHOLME, England —LUKE BAKER, Reuters: One row over the use of foreign workers at a British construction project may have ended, but if Stewart Roe has anything to do with it, it won't be long before there's another.


A pipe fitter at the French-owned Lindsey oil refinery in eastern England, Mr. Roe was unhappy about the deal struck on Thursday to end an eight-day dispute over the use of Italian and Portuguese contractors at the Total SA plant.







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