Friday, 15 February 2013

some news

Employment claims prove inaccurate and misleading

By John Charles Dyer, UK Correspondent
12 Feb 2013. Statistics readily accessible through the Office of National Statistics (ONS) prove government & BBC claims concerning monthly employment statistics are misleading and/or inaccurate.

Million Jobs, a campaign formed to "stand up for young people without work", has got a lot of attention. Its 23-year-old founder, Lottie Dexter, has been quoted in the Sun warning about long-term unemployment, and was invited on to BBC News to defend the government's work experience program after elements of it were found to be illegal

Dexter was previously the communications co-ordinator of Iain Duncan Smith's right-wing think-tank the Centre for Social Justice, a role she left to launch Million Jobs. Her salary is now paid through donations from the site, but her political past sometimes shines through.


  1. 23 years old and already a poisonous pro IDS machine?

    So very sad.

  2. Brainwashed, She probably has never had to "strive" for a job