Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna backs Warrington businesses

Nick Bent, Chuka Umunna and Terry Marston, Boulting Group executive director

Nick Bent, Chuka Umunna and Terry Marston, Boulting Group executive director

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SHADOW business secretary Chuka Umunna has been in town today at the Boulting Group to find out how to help businesses get the right workforce.

The Labour MP joined Warrington South Labour Parliamentary candidate Nick Bent at the Centre Park-based business to hear about the demands for a workforce ready to work in the engineering sector it serves.

He said: "We want to move move from low skilled, low wage jobs to an economy which has high wage, high skills.

"That means we need more businesses like Boultings who are at the forefront of engineering and can help us grow."

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11:08pm Fri 28 Mar 14

grey-area says...

Would have thought, by now the shadow business thingy should have the answer.
And there he is - smiling (where's the camera) Nick Bent. Shadow parliamentary candidate.
Would have thought, by now the shadow business thingy should have the answer. And there he is - smiling (where's the camera) Nick Bent. Shadow parliamentary candidate. grey-area
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11:31pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Knowmenot says...

He said: "We want to move move from low skilled, low wage jobs to an economy which has high wahe, high skills.
We like "high wahe" in Warrington - is this MP speak for "I don't know what I am talking about"? - and have we got the move moves?? or is it a WG typo....... as ud=sual. OOPS my speeling is not werking!!!
He said: "We want to move move from low skilled, low wage jobs to an economy which has high wahe, high skills. We like "high wahe" in Warrington - is this MP speak for "I don't know what I am talking about"? - and have we got the move moves?? or is it a WG typo....... as ud=sual. OOPS my speeling is not werking!!! Knowmenot
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