- Yes and it makes me want to leave
- Yes and I put up with it
- Don’t know
Mine described himself today as a ‘roaring tory’. Imagine actually saying that without any shame. Wish I didn’t have to breathe the same air as the cunt.
Think I’d have snapped at this to be fair.
Blessed to be gainfully employed in a workplace where there is not a single Tory among 165 colleagues
Gives off very Swinson vibes
Always on about nuking stuff!?
We have our staff conference coming up, about a week before election day, and my boss wanted to just put on ken loaches new film instead of any speakers, so no, i don’t think he is.
(We are obviously not doing this!)
Not even on UKbook m9
Current workplace is relatively (I am currently working in ‘The City’) Labour friendly but I’ve mentioned on here that during the 2015 election I was working for a former treasurer of The Conservative Party Politics chat not encouraged…
Dunno, don’t care. Not interested in talking politics with people I work with. They’re a good line manager and that’s enough for me.
Pretty much this.
Someone younger than me who used to work here always described himself as a “proud blue”. Remember him complaining about how he wouldn’t pay off his student loan until 2064 and getting absolutely laid into by someone else. Was a Good Day.
The audit bunker has to be predominately Tory, doesn’t it?
Not on bossbook
My workplace is heavily left/left-leaning to the point the most of them know and approve of Corbyn.
He used to be I think, during the Major years, then LD, now I’ve persuaded him that voting Labour is the best thing for everyone. She (my bosses are a married couple) normally votes Green but theres no candidate here this time to help the LDs so she’s voting Labour.