thank you for the music brexiters

The Asian Pacific produces most of the goods we buy in the UK and China exports far more to the EU than us.

The average EU citizen in the UK has to claim benefits to live here like the 400,000 Roma who have never worked either here or in their own countries .

Quoting make up figures from some computer modeling by some Oxford think tank funded by the EU who never included in work benefits or those that have never been employed is bull, explain how people live in London on a minimum wage and pay their way or any of the major cities without benefits.


It's easy to con you EU idiots because you live in your own world .
It was one of many. Didn't realise I had to put up loads of links Another one

How do you know 400,000 Roma have never worked? The number is just a guess as well.
 

Barrel

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The Sunday Telegraph added impetus to this already heated debate by reporting that a leaked European Commission report had found that 600,000 "jobless" migrants had made the UK their home.

The 600,000 figure actually refers to the number of economically "non-active" EU migrants living in Britain, unemployment rate among Roma/Gypsy communities is extremely high, often much higher than that of mainstream society; some communities have reached record unemployment levels of 80-90%.

I was wrong it's 600,000 by the way the LSE report was rubbished years ago it's the same computer modeling bull without counting benefits, you can dream on .
 
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Barrel

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The EU protected no one in the UK try this .
Gul Daad Khan, 36, was working long hours at a sprawling back-street site in Digbeth where workers claimed they were earning just over £3 an hour.

But the dad-of-six died in a horror accident on October 12, 2016, at the Liverpool Street site after falling into a baling machine he was trying to unblock.

The land is owned by Cardboard 4 Cash Ltd, which changed its name in 2018 to C4C Investments
 
The EU protected no one in the UK try this .
Gul Daad Khan, 36, was working long hours at a sprawling back-street site in Digbeth where workers claimed they were earning just over £3 an hour.

But the dad-of-six died in a horror accident on October 12, 2016, at the Liverpool Street site after falling into a baling machine he was trying to unblock.

The land is owned by Cardboard 4 Cash Ltd, which changed its name in 2018 to C4C Investments
Being out of the EU will prevent that kind of thing will it?

Why didn't we implement the Free Movement Directive? Anything to do with wanting cheap labour and scapegoats? You've certainly fallen for it.

These unemployed 400, 000 Roma then?
 

astleyfox

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Im not blaming the people. They were told to come, so they came, kudos to them. I can count Rich, Im a chippy. If you give the nasty bosses an in-exhaustible supply of people, willing to pick up the scraps for peanuts, then they will wring its neck. I know many people who have to deal with it. I have been in the same rooms at agencies, (scum), as someone battling against it. I dont see how anyone can deny it. Sinple maths.
 

MrTeabreak

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Sorry Astley, you're blaming the wrong people.
Blame the generation before you. The ones that took the "unions are too powerful" bait and need smashing. They took it hook line and sinker.
Unions smashed for the good of the country. Anti trade union laws so working folk couldn't organise and rise up against injustice. Resulting in lower wages for many.
Extended working hours and unsociable working hours with little or no reward.
Ironically the Brexiteers who moan about low pay and shitty working conditions need to realise that it's the EU who have laws in place to give workers some protection, nowhere near enough but some. A lot of these protections will be removed once we're out out.
Working class turkeys voting for Christmas, not once but twice. It's not just stupid it's stupid the sequel.
I've been saying this since day one.
The EU is a cartel, and like all good cartels has kept the standard of living artificially high for member states, that's the benefit of being in it FFS!
If people think competing for jobs with a bloke form Poland is bad, wait till you have to compete with a bloke from Bangladesh or Taiwan who will do it for a fraction of the cost even the Pole would do it for.
There seems to be this magical thinking that, freed from the EU shackles, UK businesses will start paying higher wages.
No, they'll pay lower wages and threaten to move production to even cheaper countries in a race to the bottom to maximize profit, which will be hit by EU tariffs.
 

RubberDoug

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I've been saying this since day one.
The EU is a cartel, and like all good cartels has kept the standard of living artificially high for member states, that's the benefit of being in it FFS!
If people think competing for jobs with a bloke form Poland is bad, wait till you have to compete with a bloke from Bangladesh or Taiwan who will do it for a fraction of the cost even the Pole would do it for.
There seems to be this magical thinking that, freed from the EU shackles, UK businesses will start paying higher wages.
No, they'll pay lower wages and threaten to move production to even cheaper countries in a race to the bottom to maximize profit, which will be hit by EU tariffs.
Sounds like the uk needs a good leader who looks to take care of working people. Someone who'll get the economy breaking records and getting employment numbers up. Sounds good, huh?
 

Mistryman

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The current Foreign secretary , Business Secretary and Home Secretary co- authored a book in 2012 calling British workers the laziest in the world . Never mind eh . Get Brexit done
And the idiot in charge of them too.

 
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