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Meet Abby Tomlinson, a whining debt loaded snowflake with a worthless degree who cant understand why she is unemployable

Tom Winnifrith Friday 22 May 2020

 

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Abby first sprang to fame starting an online campaign for Ed Miliband. Then she went to University and her dissertation was in how wicked Tory austerity hit vulnerable women hardest. You know that austerity which saw Government spending go up every year. That one. Now loaded down with student debt she wonders why employers are not rushing to give her job offers, Mind you it seems she has penned a few articles for The Guardian and the Huffington Post whiuch she waits for a well paid post suitable for a woman with her skills and talents. Surely there is an NHS Trust out there with a £50,000 a year post as a diversity consultant where Abby would fit in really well?  No? Abby would be a great hire for the BBC Human Resources department would she not? 


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