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Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:15

The strike will probably not be required now; the country will be on lockdown by that point.

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:16

the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:Everyone on here goes about media this is about our terms and conditions it is not a public relations battle if they want a deal we will strike a deal but it must be a deal for all not just those who chose to live out of our nation and not pay tax on that whilst cleaners have to pay more tax than a millionaire it is not a demand but prerequisite this is a solution to his problem of staffing .

What's tax got to do with OUR dispute?

inequality some don't earn enough to pay TAX while others spend millions avoiding it and the government has to spend billions caching up with them if they paid their share don't you think there would be more money for hospitals and like!

That is a political issue Nothing to do with our dispute..

I think you will find they are linked and those who bank roll the conservatives are the worst offenders!

Explain to me how winning this dispute will change our Tax system???
IT'S NOTHING TO DO WITH OUR DISPUTE. IT'S POLITICAL
We are not in dispute with the government

Just a tax dodger who bank rolls the conservative party

Ok you win, if we win this dispute the tax system will change

Bigger picture not look at why your fighting but who do some research on individuals and who make donations to the parties the ruling government £37 million reasons is why the Labour party lost the election only two months ago and it was not just Jeremy corbyn and John McDonald money talks!

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:18

hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:23

k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:Everyone on here goes about media this is about our terms and conditions it is not a public relations battle if they want a deal we will strike a deal but it must be a deal for all not just those who chose to live out of our nation and not pay tax on that whilst cleaners have to pay more tax than a millionaire it is not a demand but prerequisite this is a solution to his problem of staffing .

What's tax got to do with OUR dispute?

inequality some don't earn enough to pay TAX while others spend millions avoiding it and the government has to spend billions caching up with them if they paid their share don't you think there would be more money for hospitals and like!

That is a political issue Nothing to do with our dispute..

I think you will find they are linked and those who bank roll the conservatives are the worst offenders!

Explain to me how winning this dispute will change our Tax system???
IT'S NOTHING TO DO WITH OUR DISPUTE. IT'S POLITICAL
We are not in dispute with the government

Just a tax dodger who bank rolls the conservative party

Ok you win, if we win this dispute the tax system will change

Bigger picture not look at why your fighting but who do some research on individuals and who make donations to the parties the ruling government £37 million reasons is why the Labour party lost the election only two months ago and it was not just Jeremy corbyn and John McDonald money talks!

POLITICS
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Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:31

the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:
the beautiful bd south wrote:
k979aaa wrote:Everyone on here goes about media this is about our terms and conditions it is not a public relations battle if they want a deal we will strike a deal but it must be a deal for all not just those who chose to live out of our nation and not pay tax on that whilst cleaners have to pay more tax than a millionaire it is not a demand but prerequisite this is a solution to his problem of staffing .

What's tax got to do with OUR dispute?

inequality some don't earn enough to pay TAX while others spend millions avoiding it and the government has to spend billions caching up with them if they paid their share don't you think there would be more money for hospitals and like!

That is a political issue Nothing to do with our dispute..

I think you will find they are linked and those who bank roll the conservatives are the worst offenders!

Explain to me how winning this dispute will change our Tax system???
IT'S NOTHING TO DO WITH OUR DISPUTE. IT'S POLITICAL
We are not in dispute with the government

Just a tax dodger who bank rolls the conservative party

Ok you win, if we win this dispute the tax system will change


These posts ^^^^^ - Divide and conquer - isn't that what management like to do to us?

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:37

daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Even if he does he still will be a shareholder and I doubt he will lose his job the most important thing is here is our terms and conditions and the trust which as been broken by Royal Mail because of the abrogation of the last pay deal, Here is the crux of the matter he was bought in too smash the union and us all at the same time but political events and the COVID-19 have interrupted his plans and that of many of us all but his objectives have not changed nor will they he has invested lots of his own money to achieve his ambitions by subjugating us all, Like he did with the European arm GLS google it with his name and look at our fate we don't live in mansions or cannot retire in comfort but I am sure as hell not going to be worked to death by him or his ilk seen enough of them now and can smell the rats from a 1000 yard's!

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:46

daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Define "win".
If we "lose" does Terry lose his job?

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:50

clashcityrocker wrote:
daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Define "win".
If we "lose" does Terry lose his job?

get the terms we agreed on when moya was in charge

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:55

and if we 'lose' it doesn't bare thinking about.

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 19:58

Would we be talking about strikes if someone abided by agreements the last time Germans did not abide by agreements resulted in WW2 and I would say it too his face!

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 20:17

k979aaa wrote:Would we be talking about strikes if someone abided by agreements the last time Germans did not abide by agreements resulted in WW2 and I would say it too his face!


One of the easiest ways to lose an argument is to head off on ridiculous tangents.
Rico's nationality is irrelevant, so is his tax status. We are where we are because of the management strategy of the company.

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 20:22

:cuppa
daveyeff wrote:
clashcityrocker wrote:
daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Define "win".
If we "lose" does Terry lose his job?

get the terms we agreed on when moya was in charge


The business is not in the position it was when Moya was in charge. You might as well argue for the same terms as when Alan Leighton was in charge.

Thinking the four pillars will be reinstated is pie in the sky.

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 20:49

Woody Guthrie wrote::cuppa
daveyeff wrote:
clashcityrocker wrote:
daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Define "win".
If we "lose" does Terry lose his job?

get the terms we agreed on when moya was in charge


The business is not in the position it was when Moya was in charge. You might as well argue for the same terms as when Alan Leighton was in charge.

Thinking the four pillars will be reinstated is pie in the sky.

Breaking agreements is not a good start and can and will be the failure of them and their autocracy in any event have voted FOR strike action will look forward to the declaration!

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 21:56

Woody Guthrie wrote::cuppa
daveyeff wrote:
clashcityrocker wrote:
daveyeff wrote:hopefully if we win Rico will lose his job.

Define "win".
If we "lose" does Terry lose his job?

get the terms we agreed on when moya was in charge


The business is not in the position it was when Moya was in charge. You might as well argue for the same terms as when Alan Leighton was in charge.

Thinking the four pillars will be reinstated is pie in the sky.

Allan Leighton's reign ended 13 years ago, moya's is very recently. As pullinger said the ink on the agreement was barely dry before this bloke came in and pulled it all apart and "unagreed" the agreement. If the business is not in the position it was when moya was in charge it is of his making. I think we will get our agreement reinstated

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 22:06

Ever since Rico came in all thats happened is that Royal Mail's profits have halved and our shares have nosedived faster than a Junkers 87 (parden the pun)

Surely as CEO of our management strategy he is somewhat partly to blame??

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 22:09

postslippete wrote:Ever since Rico came in all thats happened is that Royal Mail's profits have halved and our shares have nosedived faster than a Junkers 87 (parden the pun)

Surely as CEO of our management strategy he is somewhat partly to blame??

Well the buck stops with those at the top

Call off the strike

15 Mar 2020, 22:19

k979aaa wrote:Would we be talking about strikes if someone abided by agreements the last time Germans did not abide by agreements resulted in WW2 and I would say it too his face!


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