Mr Cameron told his conference: "That's right, Labour: you're not for working people
, but hurting people.
And many now believe the Tories are the party of working people
I'm standing in this election because working people
need our own voice in politics in order to focus on bringing people together to demand more resources - not to pit communities against each other to fight for scarcer resources.
Separating Scotland would damage the rights and conditions of working people
across the country and would lead to a damaging race to the bottom.
The spate of fawning eulogies to the late premier Ralph Klein, the ongoing dominance of Conservative governments, and a potential veer towards even more right-populism in the Wildrose Party, suggest the publication of Working People
in Alberta might serve as a necessary corrective to mass media amnesia that portrays this province as a neoliberal nirvana.
Mr Miliband told unions, MPs and other delegates: "I am proud of our link with working people
and with trade unions.
If they did, they would have to come down to the hard working people
in towns and villages across the country to give these awards to.
If we assume, for the sake of argument, that all wage-earners are working people
, we would be putting a chief executive of a bank in the same category as a road-sweeper, who earns one hundredth of what the former earns; a managing partner in a big auditing firm would be in the same social grouping as a construction site worker as they are both working people
Gordon Brown and his party have betrayed the working people
of this country.
The bald reality is that these are the toughest economic times in recent memory and working people
are frightened for their futures.
The result means there will still be independent political representation for working people
on the city council.
Fine is careful not to claim that these REO Joe's are more representative of American working people
than the Popular Front children of the immigrants that loom so large in twentieth century labor historiography, but the implication is clearly there that understanding these folks should help labor historians better understand the recent trajectory of American workers.