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Ask a loaded question

Like this one:

PCS is campaigning for fair pay for its members, meaning that their pay should increase in line with inflation and be negotiated nationally instead of 200 separate sets of negotiations. Do you support PCS’s campaign for fair pay for public servants?

Or this one:

The government has proposed to cut over 100,000 civil and public service jobs. They claim these cuts will not impact service delivery to the public, however every day our members are seeing how less staff means a poorer service to the public. Where do you stand on cutting civil and public service jobs?

Or, indeed, this one:

PCS is concerned that the government has privatised more of the civil service since 1997 than the Conservative government did in 18 years. These privatisations are costly and unnecessary as they are jeopardising services being delivered to the public, often the most vulnerable in society. Where do you stand on privatising public services?


The PCS is more fully known as the Public & Commercial Services Union, and it set up the various straw man, straw woman and straw babe in arms questions for the benefit of Labour, Plaid Cymru and extreme left (Greens, Galloway Fan Club (1), Left List etc) candidates for tomorrow's council elections. That some 15% of Labour candidates agreed with clubbing puppies to death did not give the 'correct' response to question one is, to some degree, to their credit.


(1). Is it just me, or do Galloway and Josef Fritzl bear a striking resemblance?

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