WILL June see the end of May?

Soon UK voters will have the chance to put an end to years of Tory austerity economics which have played havoc with public sector and NHS jobs and provision.

By last November, more than one million public sector workers had lost their jobs, driving up unemployment, increasing welfare dependency and reducing income tax input.

Many remaining public sector workers face a 1 per cent pay cap until 2020 which, given rising inflation, means we are drifting increasingly into work poverty.

Civil Service workers have lost as much as 9 per cent of their pay since 2010 — and many of the new jobs created by this government are part-time and low-paid.

Time for us to say thanks — but no thanks!

P Murphy