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Groose

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13 hours ago, taxman said:

No more Polish plumbers or people who can't speak the Queen's English under new Govt proposals.

 

Looks like the plucky Brits will finally be able to fill all those meat packing jobs and jobs wiping the bottoms of people in care homes that they have wanted so much for so long.

 

 

I'm sure that at this very minute someone is organising a march of unemployed brexit voting Geordies down to London to work in all those restaurants and hotels.

 

 

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2 hours ago, West 77 said:

I voted for the Conservative party in December 2019 because they were the only main party promising to get Brexit done. Thankfully Britain has now officially left the EU.  All you are doing is  pointless scaremongering,  I wish my Mother was still alive.  If I believe the Conservative party has done a bad job when 2024 arrives then if I believe there is a better alternative party to rule Britain then I will switch my vote. 

In the meantime, that’s five years of dignity for those in care homes placed at risk.

 

The only saving grace being that Brexit voters came overwhelmingly from the over 50s, so some of them will struggle to get their arses wiped.

 

I feel very sad for the rest 

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3 hours ago, RJRB said:

If THIS government intends to build hospitals,preserve the NHS,tackle social care,build all the houses that are needed,then I think that it is THIS current government that will need to radically rethink this immigration policy.

However I fear that Pritti will take the hard line to appeal to the Faragistas and the rest of their policies will suffer accordingly.

 

A lot of unemployment is down to the jobs being in areas nowhere near areas of high unemployment. It doesn't matter how much you train people if they can't / won't move to where jobs are.

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55 minutes ago, Longcol said:

I'm sure that at this very minute someone is organising a march of unemployed brexit voting Geordies down to London to work in all those restaurants and hotels.

 

 

Yep, and all the blue rinse brigade and the embittered Brexiters shaking their fists in Doncaster Market demanding that Brexit be done...can't wait to see them picking asparagus in the fields of Lincolnshire next year or serving coffee in London restaurants. At least they'll have no-one to blame about the Johnny Foreigner taking their jobs in the future seeing as they will have such a surfeit of job opportunities.

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2 minutes ago, taxman said:

Yep, and all the blue rinse brigade and the embittered Brexiters shaking their fists in Doncaster Market demanding that Brexit be done...can't wait to see them picking asparagus in the fields of Lincolnshire next year or serving coffee in London restaurants. At least they'll have no-one to blame about the Johnny Foreigner taking their jobs in the future seeing as they will have such a surfeit of job opportunities.

Lol - I think the only blue rinsed brigade you'd find in Donny market would have spilled a bottle of  WKD over their head.

 

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13 minutes ago, taxman said:

Yep, and all the blue rinse brigade and the embittered Brexiters shaking their fists in Doncaster Market demanding that Brexit be done...can't wait to see them picking asparagus in the fields of Lincolnshire next year or serving coffee in London restaurants. At least they'll have no-one to blame about the Johnny Foreigner taking their jobs in the future seeing as they will have such a surfeit of job opportunities.

Wonder how the EU will cope with an influx of unemployed.

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Just now, retep said:

Wonder how the EU will cope with an influx of unemployed.

I think you'll find any EU citizen made unemployed in the UK will have very little difficulty finding a job in Europe given that they can speak more than one language, are willing to move where the work is etc.

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7 minutes ago, retep said:

Wonder how the EU will cope with an influx of unemployed.

Maybe all these supposed unemployed EU workers can migrate to places like Estonia and Latvia that have suffered huge losses of their native populations since joining the EU and have programs for non-EU migration to replace the jobs that people left behind?

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7 minutes ago, Longcol said:

I think you'll find any EU citizen made unemployed in the UK will have very little difficulty finding a job in Europe given that they can speak more than one language, are willing to move where the work is etc.

Whats the unemployment rate in the EU?

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3 minutes ago, retep said:

Wonder how the EU will cope with an influx of unemployed.

Well if they are well qualified and educated trades people being forced to leave our shores I'd imagine they'd be most happy to have them back.

 

Do people not remember the times before hard working, professional and honest hardworking Polish et al came over here to do fundamental jobs but weren't fleecing their customers?

 

We have Polish neighbours, hard working, honest, good people ....better than some of the people who'd "send them back"

 

I wish there was some way of chanelling Brexiters in hospitals....those who voted Brexit can wait 19 hours on a trolley in a corridor, those who voted to allow foriegn doctors and nurses and healthcare professionals into this country and weren't racist could be seen sooner.

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Just now, retep said:

Whats the unemployment rate in the EU?

The official figures disguise the huge numbers that work cash in hand for at least part of the year- especially in tourism and agriculture. Where I live theres loads of folk who work round here in the summer and move to the Alps / Pyrenees in winter in the tourist trade. There's nothing like the bureaucracy involved with signing on like in the UK.

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