Unite Urge Ed Miliband to do Business With Alex Salmond.



The news that one of Labour's biggest financial backers Unite are urging Ed Miliband to do business with Alex Salmond and the ultra left wing SNP simply exposes the risk Britain faces if it does not get behind David Cameron.

The latest GDP figures show that the job is far from complete and as we have seen by the results of the last few years of failed socialism in France only Conservative economics can keep the recovery going.

Anything else would be back to square one where we saw work fail to pay and more debt take business elsewhere.

Which is why anyone contemplating voting Labour or Ukip needs to think twice or they may be putting their own jobs in the private sector at risk too.

In Britain the economy grew by 0.3 per cent in the first quarter of this year and is up 2.4 per cent over the last year.

The economy has grown by almost 10 per cent over the last five years.

And Britain’s economy is 4 per cent bigger than the pre-crisis peak when Labour’s Great Recession saw the economy shrink by 6.0 per cent.

New figures also show there are now 2 million more people in work than in 2010.

That'S 1,000 jobs every since the last election.

Over the last year 80 per cent of the jobs created have been full-time.

Over 70 per cent of the rise in private sector ‎employment‬ has been outside London.

What these latest economic figures show is that the job is far from complete.

As we have seen by the results of the last few years of failed socialism in France only Conservative economics can keep the recovery going.