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5,210.  I grew up in the Thirties with our unemployed father.  He did not riot, he got on his bike and looked for work.  (Work & Unemployment)  Norman Tebbit, speech Conservative Party Conference 15th October 1981

 

 

5,232.  The experience of work for millions during the 1980s was being out of work.  (Work & Unemployment & 1980s)  The British at Work: To Have and Have Not 1980-1995   

 

5,233.  Mrs Thatcher’s administration simply didn’t think it was the job of the state to keep us all in work ... This new Tory administration made it clear it was time to sink or swim.  (Work & Unemployment & 1980s & Margaret Thatcher)  ibid. 

 

5,234.  Never had so many had so few work prospects.  (Work & Unemployment)  ibid.

 

 

92,079.  Employment Tribunals boomed.  In 1995 around about 90,000 cases were brought.  Today it’s upwards of 230,000 a year.  Kirsty Young, The British at Work: The Age of Uncertainty 1995 - Now   

 

 

30,461.  During the 1930s in some towns of the industrial north 70% of men are out of work.  (Great Britain & England & Unemployment)  The British VII: War and Peace

 

 

90,940.  1980 saw the largest rise in unemployment since the depression of the 1930s.  (Thatcher & Unemployment)  Maggie: The First Lady II

 

 

21,118.  I was a criminal.  Presently I’m just unemployed.  (GBH Films & Crime & Unemployment)  London Boulevard 2010 starring Colin Farrell & Keira Knightley & Ray Winstone & Anna Friel & David Thewlis & Ben Chaplin & Eddie Marsan & Sanjeev Bhaskar & Stephen Graham & Gerald Home et al, director William Monahan

 

 

21,457.  Unemployment coming in the wake of the wartime boom is beginning to grip the country ... The same old struggle: the struggle to survive.  (GBH Films & Unemployment & 1920s)  The Roaring Twenties 1939 starring James Cagney & Humphrey Bogart & Priscilla Lane & Glady George & Jeffrey Lynn & Frank McHugh & George Meeker & Paul Kelly et al, director Raoul Walsh, commentary

 

 

38,826.  Nobody tells the truth about unemployment.  (Government & Unemployment)  Yes, Prime Minister: The Tangled Web s2e8, Sir Humphrey, Ludovic Kennedy radio show after-chat with microphone on

 

38,827.  Perhaps you should put out a press statement expressing sympathy for the unemployed.  Well you might be joining them any moment.  (Government & Unemployment)  ibid.  Bernard to Sir Humphrey

 

 

42,378.  You cannot under the capitalist structure avoid unemployment.  Do not have alliances with the enemy.  That is breaking a vital principle and is going to bind us with shackles to capitalism.  (Capitalism & Unemployment & Working Class)  A J Cook, address TUC September 1928

 

 

48,327.  I was a kind of a strange child.  My parents knew early on something must be wrong with me.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  Michael Moore, Roger & Me 1989

 

48,328.  When I was a kid I thought only three people worked for General Motors: Pat Boone, Diana Shaw and my dad.  My birthplace of Flint, Michigan, was the birthplace of General Motors, the biggest corporation in the world.  There were more auto factories and auto workers here than any other city on Earth.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,329.  My uncle Vern was in something called the Great Flint sit-down strike.  Just hours before the year’s end in 1936 he and thousands of other GM workers took over the Flint factories and barricaded themselves inside refusing to budge for forty-four days.  The National Guard was called in.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan & Strike & Industrial Action & Solidarity & Unity)  ibid.

 

48,330.  Ronald Reagan arrived in Flint and took a dozen unemployed workers out for a pizza.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan & Reagan)  ibid.

 

48,331.  I continued my search for Roger [Smith, General Motors]  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan).  ibid.

 

48,332.  With 30,000 jobs now eliminated the city decided to turn to that one event that had made us so happy – the Grand Parade.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,333.  Deputy Fred Ross seemed especially busy these days.  After doing twenty-four evictions in one day he arrived to evict a woman who was a month behind in her rent.  She quickly got the landlord on the phone and after telling him that a film crew had arrived with the sheriff the landlord told Fred not to evict the woman and her children.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,334.  The Mayor though was having better luck with an even higher authority.  He paid TV evangelist Robert Schuller $20,000 to come to Flint and rid the city of its unemployment plague.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,335.  The crowning jewel in Flint’s plan to attract tourists was Auto World, hailed by city officials as the world’s largest indoor theme park.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,336.  Auto World closed due to a lack of visitors.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

48,337.  Half of Flint was now receiving some form of government welfare.  Meanwhile, Roger Smith gave himself a $2,000,000 raise.  (Car & Unemployment & Michigan)  ibid.

 

 

50,001.  More than forty-nine million Americans are now living below the poverty line many as a result of unemployment.  (Poverty & Poor & Unemployment)  America’s Poor Kids, BBC 2013

 

 

53,710.  Good morning, jobseekers.  (Town & Comedy & Unemployment)  The League of Gentlemen: Escape from Royston Vasey s1e6, Pauline

 

 

53,717.  Pauline, she’s worse than you.  (Town & Comedy & Unemployment)  The League of Gentlemen: Destination: Royston Vasey s2e1, Mickey

 

53,718.  You haven’t got a job, remember ... Get out of my sight, and my Re-Start.  (Town & Comedy & Unemployment)  ibid.  Cathy Carter Smith

 

 

77,042.  Unemployment is due to the large import of goods from Britain and other countries.  The Government haven’t used the powers which they have for the benefit of the country.  (Import & Unemployment & Ireland)  Eamon de Valera

 

 

89,104.  In some communities unemployed is even as high as 80%.  (South Africa & Unemployment)  This World: South Africa: The Massacre that Changed a Nation, BBC 2013

 

 

92,046.  Commons sitting suspended in uproar after clash over million unemployed.  The Times 21st January 1972 headline

 

 

92,047.  I am the one in ten
A number on a list
I am the one in ten
Even though I don’t exist
Nobody knows me
Even though I’m always there
A statistic, a reminder
Of a world that doesn’t care.  (Unemployment & Care & Statistic)  UB40, I Am a One in Ten
 

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