Why austerity and public spending cutbacks aren't needed to fix the economy

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Phil explains why Sunak is deliberately stoking inflation and screwing over public sector workers with real terms pay cuts. He Also explains why inflation-matching pay rises for public sector workers like nurses does not fuel inflation, contrary to this government's claims. It's all part of the plan to run down public services in order to privatise them.

 

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Phil explains why Sunak is deliberately stoking inflation and screwing over public sector workers with real terms pay cuts. He Also explains why inflation-matching pay rises for public sector workers like nurses does not fuel inflation, contrary to this government's claims. It's all part of the plan to run down public services in order to privatise them.

Before watching the video, it takes matching inflation merely to equal the amount of money previous to the inflation. By default it's always going to be inflating and devaluing. It's good but I'd only keep track of positive steps forward, which I haven't seen since before Gordon Brown.
 
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