Which part of "without the shit stirring unions with their class war"
didn't you understand?
The foreign owners were in "green fields" position because the real
workers had woken up to the fact that the union leaders were largely
Trotskyists hell bent on the destruction of British industry.
In times of high inflation, hardly unusual?
Tell me, harry, were you happy to live on the same wage year after year in
those days? Or are you simply like most other union bashers - expect to
get a decent pay rise always, not not want others to?
*The problem with the gene pool is that there is no lifeguard *
Dave Plowman email@example.com London SW
Let's see now. Suppose there was a large deposit of good quality coal in
a readily accessible area to get to, no mining way out to sea or such
all in stable ground unworked ground, all as good as it gets.
Question would any company go and mine that coal and be able to sell it
and make a profit from doing so in 2015?..
That isn't going to happen in Britain today, all of those have been
found and exploited long ago now.
Yes. That happens in other parts of the first world today.
Places that are a lot further away from where it is used
than Britain is. And the price of coal was a lot higher in
real terms at the time when Scargill was destroying that
industry so dramatically.
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