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Do you think that the UK should remain a member of the EU?  

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  1. 1. Do you think that the UK should remain a member of the EU?

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Sooooo, you can account for 50 ish in Sheffield, by far the biggest city in S Yorks and are able to extrapolate that to thousands for the region as a whole? Are thousands of others running pubs in Dore or something??

 

Had they been here 12 years?

.........working in pubs without doubt!....

Been here 12 years without doubt! where have you been hiding?

Or are you still at school.......honest question!

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So when Boris becomes PM and offers an amnesty, maybe the illegals will be offered a but more legal protection.

 

Just throwing an idea out here but I think maybe you think you are going to shock people by saying Bozza supports a one off amnesty for long term overstayers? A policy he's pushed for at least a decade now.

 

Close but no cigar for the remainians.

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Most top politicians that want us to stay in Europe believe this for personal gain. Neil cinnock, Tony Blair etc have made hugh amounts of money from Europe.

 

Most Politicians are generally wealthy and have have shares in businesses and are landowners so want cheap labour, high property prices so clearly it's in there interest to stay in Europe!!

 

Your list of top politicians extends to....two that have retired from politics. Are you high right now?

 

---------- Post added 19-06-2016 at 20:12 ----------

 

.........working in pubs without doubt!....

Been here 12 years without doubt! where have you been hiding?

Or are you still at school.......honest question!

 

Look at my username and ask yourself....is he still at school?

 

Sorry, I don't get my info from tradesmen over tea. I don't live in an episode of Aufweidersen Pet.

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Just throwing an idea out here but I think maybe you think you are going to shock people by saying Bozza supports a one off amnesty for long term overstayers? A policy he's pushed for at least a decade now.

 

Close but no cigar for the remainians.

 

He also supports relaxing the immigration rules. So the point I'm making is that if you're voting Brexit to limit immigration you're going to be in for a shock.

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Your list of top politicians extends to....two that have retired from politics. Are you high right now?

 

---------- Post added 19-06-2016 at 20:12 ----------

 

 

Look at my username and ask yourself....is he still at school....

 

Sorry, I don't get my info from tradesmen over tea...I don't live in an episode of Aufweidersehn Pet.

..........sorry, I just got the impression you were more like Shef2005!...........certainly makes us wonder what episode you do live in!

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Your list of top politicians extends to....two that have retired from politics. Are you high right now?

 

---------- Post added 19-06-2016 at 20:12 ----------

 

 

Look at my username and ask yourself....is he still at school....

 

Sorry, I don't get my info from tradesmen over tea...I don't live in an episode of Aufweidersen Pet.

 

No shef1985 gets his info from leftie newspapers. He's not in the real world so wouldn't speak to a tradesman who's actually witnessed it!!

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He also supports relaxing the immigration rules.

 

Of course. Our current non EU immigration rules are incredibly restrictive because any bugger can wander in from the EU. Once out of that we need a more flexible system that meets OUR long and short term skills needs. But the remainians have been burbling that those of us who wish to take back control must hate immigrants for so long that they believe their own pish now.

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That article was from 2008 before the recent influx. It'll be 2 million by now and it's only those who got NINO numbers...

 

So it looks like a Boris government will have to employ quite a few more people to put his plans into practice.

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Of course. Our current non EU immigration rules are incredibly restrictive because any bugger can wander in from the EU. Once out of that we need a more flexible system that meets OUR long and short term skills needs. But the remainians have been burbling that those of us who wish to take back control must hate immigrants for so long that they believe their own pish now.

 

He was complaining about the immigration rules being too constrictive under the current EU rules.

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He was complaining about the immigration rules being too constrictive under the current EU rules.

 

No. He wasn't.

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Is it right that if children living with their mother in a EU country gets child support money whilst their husband works in britain?

Is it right that if a husband works lets say in Poland but his wife gets sod all off the polish goverment sent over to his children?

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Here are John Manns reasons for wanting to leave, both he and Dennis Skinner are voting out:

 

 

The Labour Party is nothing if it can’t represent working class interests. But too few Labour MPs are campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union on June 23. Why? Because in Westminster people are inculcated into Westminster establishment politics too much. And people have been terrified about talking about immigration.

 

Nowhere is that clearer than with the free movement of people, which has, is, and will continue to undermine pay and conditions in working class communities. It is not sustainable to have 300,000 new people added to the population every year.

It has created two kinds of people in this country: the people who gain from this and the people who lose out.

 

more here:

 

http://www.mann4bassetlaw.com/why_i_m_voting_out_on_june_23rd

 

My reason is how can we trust the government to invest in our housing & services to cope with the rise in population when all governments have failed to properly invest in the the NHS, Schools etc. They need to plan better and can't do that unless we have true figures to work with, and yes I do agree with Boris about an amnesty, perhaps then we can better plan, that's if we have a government that is willing to do so and so far no government has met the challenge.

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