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So, the teachers go on strike and there is an outcry is there?

Who from?

Because from where I’m sitting, the only ones up in arms about the strike is the err… Well the Government actually?

And anyone else who is moaning ought to shut their fucking mouth and have a think about what is happening to this country.

I mean, sure it is inconvenient to some, but to bring about change, we are going to be an awful lot more inconvenienced than a one day teachers strike.

So, what did the Nonce Ponce, Arsehole Fairies in parliament la-la land have to say about the strike?

Lets have a look through the… Can you guess? …  Yes, through the square window.

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I’m a huge admirer of our teachers, but I really do think putting families and parents at this inconvenience is just not right, it’s just not justifiable – Nick Clegg

In that case, If Nickit Clegg is that much of an admirer why has he sent his kids to a posh school?

I fucking hate liars.

As for inconvenience? Is he talking about the lost revenue brought about by hard presses parents not being able to slave for the day in jobs they fucking hate… Cunt.

“They claim they’re standing up for education, but it looks like they’ve been sitting down for a boozy lunch.

“Today’s jolly won’t do anything to convince parents that these unions really care about educating children. – Tory MP Chris Skidmore

They are on strike you piss taking faggot, why shouldn’t they be in the pub… And unlike you rich nonce ponce imbeciles they will have to pay full fucking price for their alcohol – ya fucking knobhead.

And of course, Chris Skidmark cares so much about our kids education doesn’t he… Not… Fucking smeg head, knob head.

“It is very inconvenient for parents, it is not good for pupils’ education. And when we look at the things they are striking over, pensions and pay, they are things that have been decided independently by well-led reviews.” – The Cunt Cameron.

This bent twat really, really isn’t the full fucking shilling.

Indeed, how dare the peasants strike over their pensions Cameron, you total shit for brains… Maybe its because, unlike your vast, undeserved pension given to you when you have finished raping the country, their pensions are nowhere near as assured.

Oh and lets not forget that the teachers are also striking over pay… That thing they get at the end of the week that is considerably less than you take under false pretences week in, week out.However, just like your pay-packet and those of the other 649 robbing cunts in parliament, teachers wages are to be decided by an independent body, albeit their pay will be performance linked.

 

You know? A bit like your ten grand a year pay rise was decided independently, you greedy, hamster cheeked half wit.

The only thing is, the teachers wont get a £10,000 yearly pay rise despite having to work for a living – once again, unlike yourself and your fellow fanny farts, ya lazy piss taking spunk shot.

 

Having said that, its a fucking good job that our politicians wages are not performance linked… Imagine if they was? Fuck me, the useless members of the  House of Common Shit would all be filing for bankruptcy at the end of the first week.

Tell me again, exactly why it is that these useless cunts are even still alive let alone in power?

Fuck me, Iv’e got some fucking front but these piss taking, maggot infested nonentities have got more than the white cliffs of Dover.

Striking is now the only option left open to the population that is likely to have any effect on the government.

Moreover, if everyone went on a general strike you’d see just how quickly things would change.

But as for the strike affecting our children’s education?

Fuck me, what education would that be Tory Boy Gove?

Or is education what you lot of privately educated sick fucks like to call your program of comprehensive slave training?

If I have the time, I’m home schooling Clayton, rather than let the system fill his head with bullshit.

The blatantly piss taking, slack arseholed nonces have got to go… Or shall we wait until there is nothing else to take?

 

 

Outcry as teachers’ strike shuts thousands of schools across England

THOUSANDS of schools were closed yesterday as teachers staged a mass walkout in a bitter row over pay, pensions and working conditions.

Teachers-march-in-Bristol-yesterday-in-protest-over-Michael-Gove-s-comments-SWNS-Teachers march in Bristol yesterday in protest over Michael Gove’s comments [SWNS]

I’m a huge admirer of our teachers, but I really do think putting families and parents at this inconvenience is just not right, it’s just not justifiable – Nick Clegg

Hundreds of thousands of pupils faced disruption to lessons and parents were forced to look after them and take the day off work.

There was angry reaction after strikingteachers were pictured in pubs and restaurants in Westminster – the scene of a raucous demonstration outside Parliament.

Tory MP Chris Skidmore said: “They claim they’re standing up for education, but it looks like they’ve been sitting down for a boozy lunch.

“Today’s jolly won’t do anything to convince parents that these unions really care about educating children.”

Condemning the action, the Government said just over a quarter of schools in the four English regions hit by the strike had been forced to close.

teachers' strike, schools closed, teachers' protest, teacher protest Westminster, teachers' strike over pensions, teachers longer days less pay, MichaTeachers said they were sick of Michael Gove’s constant negativity about their profession [GETTY]

Members of the NASUWT teaching union, along with the National Union of Teachers, staged walkouts in the North-east and Cumbria, the South-west, South-east and London.

David Cameron blasted the unions, saying he was “disappointed” they had decided to strike. “It is very inconvenient for parents, it is not good for pupils’ education,” he told BBC Radio Sussex.

“And when we look at the things they are striking over, pensions and pay, they are things that have been decided independently by well-led reviews.”

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg accused the unions of “hijacking” the day for many parents.

“I’m a huge admirer of our teachers, but I really do think putting families and parents at this inconvenience is just not right, it’s just not justifiable.

teachers strike, teachers protest, michael gove, education secretary, bristol protests, schools close,  Striking teachers hold posters and placards displaying their feelings towards Michael Gove [GETTY]

“I don’t think, frankly, hijacking the days of millions of parents up and down the country is the right way to go about it.” The unions oppose Government plans to allow schools to set teachers’ salaries linked to their performance, and argue that pension changes will leave their members working longer, paying more and receiving less when they retire.

They also accuse the Coalition of attacking their working conditions, including reforms that will let schools work longer days and longer terms.

Chris Keates, general secretary of NASUWT, said: “What we are seeing is a real air of determination to demonstrate that [teachers] are sick and tired of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s denigration of the profession and the relentless attacks he has made.”

NUT general secretary Christine Blower said the strike was an “indication of the anger and concern that teachers share about the changes this Government is making”.

Plans for a national one-day walkout before Christmas have also been announced by the two unions.

The Department for Education said Government plans would allow heads to pay good teachers more.

teachers' strike, schools closed, teachers' protest, teacher protest Westminster, teachers' strike over pensions, teachers longer days less pay, MichaA quarter of schools in the regions affected were forced to close [GETTY]

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