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Old 10-07-2024, 07:43   #16
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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

Not sure why anyone is surprised, it what unregulated capitalists do especially when so much personal wealth removes all sense of obligation to their own country and its citizens.

I personally think that large corporates should be made to employ minimum numbers people (not on min wage) in the country they generate revenue from.
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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

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Not sure why anyone is surprised, it what unregulated capitalists do especially when so much personal wealth removes all sense of obligation to their own country and its citizens.

I personally think that large corporates should be made to employ minimum numbers people (not on min wage) in the country they generate revenue from.
That just UK or every country in the world ,like that would really work well
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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

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That just UK or every country in the world ,like that would really work well
Why would every country in the world need to do this? Just the ones where large corporates generate large revenues with minimal investment and pay low tax. I'd start with the US and Europe. Time we stopped being so servile to the large corporates & the ultra wealthy. Unless, of course, you like the servile approach to life
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Re: Dyson to cut nearly one third of UK workforce

So your plan is to force companies to employ people they dont need ?
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So your plan is to force companies to employ people they dont need ?
They do need them. You would rather the person they need be in the Far East than the UK?
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