Low pay is endemic in the uk and that is official. There are more people claiming benefits that are in work, than there are claimants who are out of work.
What does that say about the way the conservative party is operating? What I can say is that people on low pay are only sudsidising the employers they are working for. Bless all those who will have to bare greater burdens when interest rates start to rise. It can only get worse.
It is indeed. Rather than looking at the way a certain party is operating, should we not be taking Dawlish as an example and looking at the different rates people get for simular jobs, and the difference between those working in enviroments where more money should be applicable.
Low pay/not having enough money to pay bills etc is indeed a subject to be taken seriously.*
But bear with me if now I sound frivolous on the subject.
So........... all these low income families in Dawlish are going to spend their spare income (what spare income?!!!?? ) in the shops in the centre of town when they come into town in order to take their under 8 year olds to the proposed playpark.
* as I know from personal experience. Not now, but most certainly during the reign of the (irony alert) blessed Margaret.