Monday, March 27, 2006

And their point is...?


"Almost a year after the collapse of MG Rover, many former workers are paid less and wish they still worked for the firm, according to a report released today.

"Of the nearly 300 former workers surveyed, many now earn substantially less they did than at the unionised plant, by an average of £3,523 a year, said the research.

"Almost half (48%) said they would prefer to be back at the Longbridge factory in Birmingham."

That is according to a poll commissioned by the BBC for the, er, Work Foundation and reported in the, ahem, Guardian. Now there's a self-serving triumvirate of corporatism if ever I saw one.


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