Joyce out of touch with his business mates
Economic Development Spokesperson
Joyce out of touch with his business
Steven Joyce has spent the past five years
attacking Labour with his tired old screams of ‘1970s!’
but in the meantime most of his business friends have come
around to our way of thinking, says Labour’s Economic
Development spokesperson Shane Jones.
unveiled its Economic Upgrade for manufacturing. The only
person against it is Steven Joyce.
“Not only did the
First Union, EPMU, RMTU and CTU support it, so did the NZ
Manufacturers’ and Exporters’ Association, Michael
Barnett at the Auckland Chamber of Commerce and the
Employers’ and Manufacturers’ Association.
Steven Joyce’s best friends at Manufacturing NZ and
Business NZ welcomed Labour’s contribution.
shocking endorsement comes from that hotbed of right-wing
radicalism, the Taxpayers Union, which said: ‘We like the
“Steven Joyce’s mates have left him alone
in his office yelling like an angry old man. Even his political advisor is ditching him,”
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