10:38 15 May 2013
As UK Prime Minister continues to worry about how to get the Tory party back in line, the UK economy continues to flounder, seemingly in the background. As the economy falters, Cameron and his opponents must find a way to make the decisions that will bolster the local economy.
There’s an ongoing debate about whether the European Union needs to be reformed, or whether UK simply needs to take itself out of the UK equation by dropping out of the union.
Some feel that dropping out is the answer as the EU has seemingly taken on a different agenda since the formation of the eurozone, of which the UK is not a part. Yet to remove itself would surely put British jobs at risk and tarnish image and bargaining power with other countries?
It remains to be seen whether or not the haggling can be put aside to address the most pressing issue for the people of the UK, the economy.
Labour believes that the key to turning the economy around is growth and jobs, and that priority should be placed on the issues that will help bring stability back to the people.
All politicians may be best to recognize the need for solidarity when it comes to addressing and protecting the needs of the people. The question now could be; “What will it take to get the focus back where it needs to be?”
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