His speech to the PCS itself:
So friends, let me tell you something right now in case I forget to do it later. If defending your jobs, and demanding that you be spared from redundancy and if saying that giving jobs back to your colleagues who have been sacked makes me a dangerous man, well then I’m proud to be dangerous. And yes, I’m proud too to have a friend like Mark.
The first was to say the tax gap was no big deal. And let’s be honest, he’s got to say that. How else can he justify sacking 10,000 more PCS members over the next three years unless he can argue the work you’re doing is unimportant?
Nothing at all to do with being funded by the PCS to insist that more unoion members should be employed. Nothing at all….