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National to repeal the new industrial relations laws

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https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2019/05/the-new-meal-and-rest-break-laws-how-they-affect-you.amp.html

Time will tell how much more the COL will be introducing to appease their union backers.

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  1. Back to the 70’s we go. Anyone else remember the country’s businesses couldn’t move without the say-so of “The Federation of Labour”. Jim Knox and his dour band of unionist bullies were regulars on our TV news as they discussed the latest strike by the watersiders, the ferryworkers, the meatworkers, etc and what their latest DEMANDS were before they would return to work. Business owners ability to grow their business was strangled by red tape and union demands.

    Jim Knox: Walter James Knox was a leading New Zealand trade union leader. He was born in Auckland, New Zealand on 6 March 1919 Knox worked as a truck driver and watersider, becoming involved in the 1951 waterside strike, and rose through the union ranks to become secretary of the Auckland District Woollen Mills Employees’ Union and vice president of the Auckland Trades Council in 1961. In 1969, Knox became secretary of the New Zealand Federation of Labour, working alongside the organisation’s president, Sir Tom Skinner.

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  2. Yep, just like they were going to remove ‘communism by stealth’ aka working for families. And just like they were going to deliver meaningful tax cuts.
    The Nat’s are always like this in opposition, full of bluster and bullshit, as soon as they get into power they do nothing about changing these types of laws.

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  3. In the case of the bus drivers, canning 40 buses should mean that they now have enough drivers? Don’t waste diesel for empty buses driving around in circles, so a good thing surely, a positive unexpected consequence?

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  4. Pity they don’t repeal the firearms laws they voted for. Probably carry them into office, a whole lot if pissed voters out there

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