The sanctimonious claptrap from Labour continues:-
"...some of the workers had been keen to speak to me so it's disappointing that the company feels that sensitivities are such that we can't go on the job site today," Mr Goff said.
"Essentially we wanted to be there to address any questions asked by workers, to express our sympathy and support for people who have been laid off through no fault of their own, and not having the opportunity to do that is regrettable but that is a call that the company has made."If you believe that, you'd believe anything. He was there to stir up trouble and try and get himself noticed.
The CEO of Sealord's operation got it pretty well right with this rejoinder:-
"We've had enough disruption to the workplace," he told the newspaper.
"They've (MPs) got enough mileage out of this political football."