Yes it is isn’t it and you the working people of this country are paying part of your wages each month to help Mr Lazer build a beautiful house and have a lovely lifestyle back in Romania when he’s done with enriching us.
Rugby’s MP Mark Pawsey welcomed the Housing Minister Kris Hopkins MP to Rugby last week to show him the town’s much lauded approach to building the homes working local families need.
Mark said: “I was delighted to welcome the Housing Minister to Rugby in order that he could see first-hand the good things we are doing here to build new homes for working local people.
Surrey County Council has shown “contempt for working families” after Conservative councillors awarded themselves a 60% pay rise, a government minister says.
“It is deeply concerning that the county council has chosen to act in a way which has not only prompted the resignation of their entire independent remuneration panel, but shows contempt for the working families of the area who pay their council tax.
“I still can’t get my head round it because there were so many good working professional people that came forward with complaints,” she said.
“I cannot understand why we were not listened to.”
“Before 2010, Whitehall did not know how much overdue debt was owed to government and departments weren’t working together to address it. We are turning debt management around but working people expect us to do more and we will,” the spokesman said.
The cash will help local businesses create the jobs we need so more working families can have the security of a regular pay packet, and will help ensure young people have the skills they need to compete in the jobs market.
But the fact remains that because of a vague and distant vote nearly two years ago, on a small turnout, union extremists are trying to cause real harm not just to our children but also to their working parents.
We have rigorous contingency plans in place but we expect the majority of working public servants to turn up for work across the country.
By trusting local people, backing business and investing in infrastructure, skills and housing, we can create thousands of new jobs. And that means more economic security, peace of mind and a brighter future for working people across the South West.
But pity, too, the people who bought tickets. Working people who shelled out a whole lot of money not just on admission to the event itself, but also, in many cases, on accommodation in the city.