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Purnell's next move?

What with class war and messing around with business being les plats du jour for the goverment at the moment, maybe Purnell will be taking tips from his Indian counterpart:

"[ Labour Minister Oscar] Fernandes had said "simmering discontent" among workers might be the reason behind the killing of Italy-based company Graziano CEO L K Chaudhury at his Greater Noida office. (as noted a day or so back)

He had also said there were disparities in the wages of permanent employees and contract workers and felt that workers should not be pushed so hard that they resort to whatever has happened in Noida".

He's since apologised and claimed he was 'misunderstood'. Yeah, right.

C'mon James, it will play well with the activists, and you've already lost the C-Suite vote.

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Blogger Letters From A Tory said... 8:13 am

I wonder if the same excuse would work for taking out Gordon Brown, on the basis that he has pushed us all to the limits of our tolerance...  



Blogger Croydonian said... 8:39 am

Not sure LFAT - I'm enjoying watching him twist in the wind. But I hope for him to have a long, long life after he loses an election so that he might - in the manner of some character from classical myth - experience and re-experience the humiliation that I trust is coming in 2010. Sort of Prometheus meets Sisyphus.  



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