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Big blow to Corbyn as GMB members vote to back Smith Watch
- 16-08-2016 15:34
- Political Ambassador
- 16-08-2016 21:12
- 16-08-2016 21:20
Not surprisingly really. Corbyn will still win though.
(Original post by Jammy Duel)
- 17-08-2016 09:09
So you're saying that with average nominal wage growth of just over 2%, and inflation of near zero, real wage growth is still negative? How about that while inflation is starting to increase again so is wage growth meaning real wage growth is continuing? Or that a very significant portion of your 12% figure comes from 2009? We've had real mean wage growth for nearly two years now.
This discussion started as being about people being less happy with the Tories on the economy because they are feeling poorer, and they quite clearly are still, and have been for a while now. This is starting to filter through as people use up their saving or stack up their credit.