New jobs? Inside one of Britain’s factories.

max j freeman

The true cost of the Free market economy. Britain’s semi-slave labour economy, subsidised by the Tax Payer. Part 1.

There are less people and more machines, but conditions arent much better. There are less people and more machines, but conditions arent much better.

Like a child on a school trip, within an hour and a half of leaving my house, I have already finished my carton of orange juice. The clammy feeling of my T-shirt before I even get to the factory reminds me tomorrow, to bring antiperspirant. Whilst the rumbling in my belly regrets not having eaten some toast before leaving, as, like the child of my youth, I eye up the cheese and mustard sandwiches in my lunch box.

A little time to write before I arrive for the inevitable drudgery of the day. I’ll be assembling garden equipment for one of Europe’s largest manufacturers, ten hours per day, at 9 pence above minimum wage. On top of that…

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1 Response to New jobs? Inside one of Britain’s factories.

  1. maxjfreeman says:

    Really appreciate the re-blog. Am working there for a couple of weeks to get a feel for the staff conditions, and then am going to get an interview with the MD. Stay in touch. Max.

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