Theresa May is openly taking Tory voters for gullible idiots

Re: Theresa May is openly taking Tory voters for gullible idiots

Postby McAz » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:28 pm

Who is "us", Mungo? :ooer:
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Re: Theresa May is openly taking Tory voters for gullible idiots

Postby Cannydc » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:35 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
Cannydc wrote:You lie like a cheap Japanese watch, Mungo.

And counting a million people forced into zero hours, non-job contracts as employed is another massive fib.


And they don't have zero hours contracts in Portugal to fiddle the numbers?
You'd better check.

(I already did - you'll need a tissue for that egg on your face)


I wondered why Google had overheated....

But the egg has to stay on your face, I fear.

The nearest contract to zero hours allowed in Portugal is known as an Intermittent Contract.

However, their employment law states - the employee must be employed full-time for at least six months each year, with four months of consecutive employment.

Perhaps the guarantee of 4 months consecutive employment could law in the UK for zero hours contracts ?

Don't hold your breath - and don't try to pretend their Intermittent contract is anything like our zero hours contract. It isn't.
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Re: Theresa May is openly taking Tory voters for gullible idiots

Postby Punk » Fri Jul 06, 2018 12:13 am

Cannydc wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
Cannydc wrote:You lie like a cheap Japanese watch, Mungo.

And counting a million people forced into zero hours, non-job contracts as employed is another massive fib.


And they don't have zero hours contracts in Portugal to fiddle the numbers?
You'd better check.

(I already did - you'll need a tissue for that egg on your face)


I wondered why Google had overheated....

But the egg has to stay on your face, I fear.

The nearest contract to zero hours allowed in Portugal is known as an Intermittent Contract.

However, their employment law states - the employee must be employed full-time for at least six months each year, with four months of consecutive employment.

Perhaps the guarantee of 4 months consecutive employment could law in the UK for zero hours contracts ?

Don't hold your breath - and don't try to pretend their Intermittent contract is anything like our zero hours contract. It isn't.


Poor Mungo, busted again. :artist:
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