The Nasty Party Are Back



“People need to get on a bus to look for jobs. We need to recognise the jobs often don’t come to you. Sometimes you need to go to the jobs.”

Iain Duncan Smith - On The Buses
I grew up in the ’30s with an unemployed father. He didn’t riot. He got on his bike and looked for work, and he kept looking ’til he found it.”- Norman Tebbit.
Norman Tebbit -On Your Bike
Len McCluskey, assistant general secretary of the Unite union:
“Can the Con-Dem coalition really believe that the unemployment being created by savage Government cuts will be fixed by having people wandering across the country with their  possessions crammed into the luggage racks of buses.

Meanwhile, their children will presumably be left at home to fend for themselves with schools being run down and even closed. Iain Duncan Smith offers us a 19th-century vision of sturdy beggars and the undeserving poor, while the bankers and their chums continue to rake in millions and dodge taxes. The only polite reaction to all this is to say ‘shame on you’ (you shower of cunts? )

A spokesman for the Public and Commercial Services union said:
“Duncan Smith has been trying to tread the road to redemption in the nation’s eyes, reinventing himself as a caring Conservative. Well it didn’t take long for the mask to slip and for him to reveal himself as a Tebbit clone with this disgusting insult that is part of the coalition’s attempt to cast vulnerable members of our society as the new deserving and undeserving poor.”