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Dear @EstherMcVeyMP – stop spamming me

I’ve never given my details to the Conservative Party or Esther McVey so why did this barrel of weak piss arrive in my inbox this morning?

Today’s employment figures are the latest piece of encouraging news for the British economy.

We’ve come a long way since 2010. Labour left Britain with the biggest budget deficit in our peacetime history – and during their last three years in power, the number of people in work fell by 256,000.

But thanks to the difficult decisions the Conservatives have taken, the economy is growing again. And today’s numbers prove it. Not only has employment increased by 177,000 in the last quarter, there are now 1.1 million more people in work than under Labour.

The figures on youth employment are especially encouraging. In the last three months, the number of young people in work increased by 50,000, while the number claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance fell by 13,000 – the 17th consecutive monthly fall.

There is still more work to be done. We need to stick to our long-term, sustainable plan to make sure the recovery benefits all hardworking people.

Help us finish the job by sharing this graphic on Twitter and Facebook today.

Esther McVey MP

I have previously contacted my MP, Tory Nick de Bois, about various political issues (a futile endeavour, I know) – has he been passing on his constituents’ details?

Ironic this happens on the day that McVey talked up her ‘campaign’ on scam mail, innit?

I wonder if McVey and her party want to talk about how many jobs are now part-time, zero hours or pay so little that the people they claim they have got into work still have to claim benefits just to survive? Full time posts in my organisation are being split into two part-time posts – this is the sort of doublespeak McVey and her mob claim as a success.

I object to misleading propaganda being sent to me. Stop it.

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