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Net Migration running at 335,000 a year (its highest ever level) before Brexit vote

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More than three times the government target of 100,000. Read More
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More than three times the government target of 100,000.
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Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
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a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.

Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
7 Likes
Not to throw any salt on any wounds, but to be honest the only trouble I've been unlucky enough to witness came from the British .

I've been told "I'm not local enough" when applying for jobs in the same town I live, again from British, and also told to "go back where I came from" which again was from the British.

Considering I'm American, I would hate to be Eastern European as I'm sure they will get it worse than me.

I don't even dare speak when I'm out of the house anymore. It's a good thing my English wife likes to talk!

Oh just to confirm, I've worked over here for almost 15 years without using anything but the NHS. I'm sure there are a lot of foreigners who do the same.



Edited By: Infinitesd on Dec 01, 2016 16:26
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shasnir
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Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....

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4 Likes #1
until we are out, it will keep rising.
3 Likes #2
And it won't be slowing down anytime soon.
2 Likes #3
shauneco
And it won't be slowing down anytime soon.
Why would it slow down as it is an agreed citizen right for mutual benefit?! Likewise, we have freedom of movement within the United Kingdom and freedom of movement has been around for hundreds of years, including those taking up seats in House of Commons and Lords. E.g. anyone in UK can buy a cottage in Cornwall to retire and the only difference since joining the EU is the whole area of rights for citizens is much bigger as it stretches all the way from Greece to Southern Ireland along the southern EU border. Obviously a cottage could worth more/less in the international market compared to just the market in England.
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Just saying by analogy of principles without taking the brexit whys and wherefores.
1 Like #4
By the way, a facet not many mention, for these countries which have a net positive flow to UK, France , Germany, these same countries have a net positive flow of immigrants from outside of the EU as they do the jobs left behind in these countries.
1 Like #5
splender
By the way, a facet not many mention, for these countries which have a net positive flow to UK, France , Germany, these same countries have a net positive flow of immigrants from outside of the EU as they do the jobs left behind in these countries.

You forgot to mention we have about 3 1/4 million not working but receiving benefits.
2 Likes #6
airfix
splender
By the way, a facet not many mention, for these countries which have a net positive flow to UK, France , Germany, these same countries have a net positive flow of immigrants from outside of the EU as they do the jobs left behind in these countries.
You forgot to mention we have about 3 1/4 million not working but receiving benefits.
I have not forgotten but the OP topic is net immigration and is not benefits , no one is going to boil the ocean here.

Edited By: splender on Dec 01, 2016 13:11
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Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
3 Likes #8
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.

I did think that was possible but I'm not so sure anymore.

What you'll see is the government bend over backwards to keep the best people and the best companies in this country. They'll reduce corporation tax, they'll reduce taxes on the highest earners, they'll reduce regulations and ultimately the burden for all of these freebies will fall on the most vulnerable in society, those who were more likely to vote for Brexit in the first place.

It wasn't turkeys voting for Christmas.

It was a chorus of turkeys singing 'I wish it could be Christmas, Everydaaaaaaaaay!!!'
4 Likes #9
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.

I did think that was possible but I'm not so sure anymore.

What you'll see is the government bend over backwards to keep the best people and the best companies in this country. They'll reduce corporation tax, they'll reduce taxes on the highest earners, they'll reduce regulations and ultimately the burden for all of these freebies will fall on the most vulnerable in society, those who were more likely to vote for Brexit in the first place.

It wasn't turkeys voting for Christmas.

It was a chorus of turkeys singing 'I wish it could be Christmas, Everydaaaaaaaaay!!!'


do you ever get tired of insulting 17,000,000+ people in this country,
I really don't know how you have so much energy to insult people with the same arguments with a slightly different spin day in day out,
10 out of 10 for stamina in the face of being wrong.
#10
splender
By the way, a facet not many mention, for these countries which have a net positive flow to UK, France , Germany, these same countries have a net positive flow of immigrants from outside of the EU as they do the jobs left behind in these countries.
Yeah Poland has loads of Ukrainians working for the bare minimum and suppressing wages, as wages in Ukraine are ridiculously low , much to the annoyance of the Poles.

Edited By: plodging on Dec 01, 2016 14:14
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shadey12
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
I did think that was possible but I'm not so sure anymore.
What you'll see is the government bend over backwards to keep the best people and the best companies in this country. They'll reduce corporation tax, they'll reduce taxes on the highest earners, they'll reduce regulations and ultimately the burden for all of these freebies will fall on the most vulnerable in society, those who were more likely to vote for Brexit in the first place.
It wasn't turkeys voting for Christmas.
It was a chorus of turkeys singing 'I wish it could be Christmas, Everydaaaaaaaaay!!!'
do you ever get tired of insulting 17,000,000+ people in this country,
I really don't know how you have so much energy to insult people with the same arguments with a slightly different spin day in day out,
10 out of 10 for stamina in the face of being wrong.

Is corporation tax scheduled to fall?
Is the high rate of tax threshold scheduled to increase?
Are cuts to benefits and services for the poorest in society still planned?
2 Likes #12
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
shadey12
HotEnglishAndWelshDeals
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
I did think that was possible but I'm not so sure anymore.
What you'll see is the government bend over backwards to keep the best people and the best companies in this country. They'll reduce corporation tax, they'll reduce taxes on the highest earners, they'll reduce regulations and ultimately the burden for all of these freebies will fall on the most vulnerable in society, those who were more likely to vote for Brexit in the first place.
It wasn't turkeys voting for Christmas.
It was a chorus of turkeys singing 'I wish it could be Christmas, Everydaaaaaaaaay!!!'
do you ever get tired of insulting 17,000,000+ people in this country,
I really don't know how you have so much energy to insult people with the same arguments with a slightly different spin day in day out,
10 out of 10 for stamina in the face of being wrong.
Is corporation tax scheduled to fall?
Is the high rate of tax threshold scheduled to increase?
Are cuts to benefits and services for the poorest in society still planned?
A Brexit think tank

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#13
That figure is an estimate, although I've no idea how they come up with it. Sky (it's the truth honest) News are portraying it as factual to create a sensationalist bad news story as usual.
I hate Sky News.
2 Likes #14
perfect, what could go wrong?
1 Like #15
Yay, Brexit!


Can I go home now?
banned#16
don't they all love Britain :)
7 Likes #18
Not to throw any salt on any wounds, but to be honest the only trouble I've been unlucky enough to witness came from the British .

I've been told "I'm not local enough" when applying for jobs in the same town I live, again from British, and also told to "go back where I came from" which again was from the British.

Considering I'm American, I would hate to be Eastern European as I'm sure they will get it worse than me.

I don't even dare speak when I'm out of the house anymore. It's a good thing my English wife likes to talk!

Oh just to confirm, I've worked over here for almost 15 years without using anything but the NHS. I'm sure there are a lot of foreigners who do the same.



Edited By: Infinitesd on Dec 01, 2016 16:26
8 Likes #19
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.

Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
3 Likes #20
Infinitesd
Not to throw any salt on any wounds, but to be honest the only trouble I've been unlucky enough to witness came from the British .
I've been told "I'm not local enough" when applying for jobs in the same town I live, again from British, and also told to "go back where I came from" which again was from the British.
Considering I'm American, I would hate to be Eastern European as I'm sure they will get it worse than me.
I don't even dare speak when I'm out of the house anymore. It's a good thing my English wife likes to talk!
Oh just to confirm, I've worked over here for almost 15 years without using anything but the NHS. I'm sure there are a lot of foreigners who do the same.

It doesn't matter where you come from or the colour of your skin, my point is that the existing infrastructure is falling down around our ears and its the poor and working classes that are suffering because of it.
6 Likes #21
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
2 Likes #22
£200MILLION: Cost of 60,000 migrants who began claiming Carers Allowance on arrival in UK

And there no doubt claiming for migrants who are claiming disability and motability. But no this can not be because brainwashed lefties will want to carry on believing they all come here to work.
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/738251/uk-migrants-cost-britain-200-million-pounds-carers-allowance

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 01, 2016 17:05
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well I did my bit to balance the figures out...by leaving
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5 Likes #24
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....

I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
1 Like #25
POWYSWALES
£200MILLION: Cost of 60,000 migrants who began claiming Carers Allowance on arrival in UK
And there no doubt claiming for migrants who are claiming disability and motability. But no this can not be because brainwashed lefties will want to carry on believing they all come here to work. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/738251/uk-migrants-cost-britain-200-million-pounds-carers-allowance
Maybe the issue is more about how easy it is to get benefits in Britain, rather than who is claiming them?

Make it harder to get, change the criteria, then less people will find it attractive to live over here. Also those who do already live here will realise they need to work to get anything. Again regardless of where they come from.
#26
Infinitesd
POWYSWALES
£200MILLION: Cost of 60,000 migrants who began claiming Carers Allowance on arrival in UK
And there no doubt claiming for migrants who are claiming disability and motability. But no this can not be because brainwashed lefties will want to carry on believing they all come here to work. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/738251/uk-migrants-cost-britain-200-million-pounds-carers-allowance
Maybe the issue is more about how easy it is to get benefits in Britain, rather than who is claiming them?
Make it harder to get, change the criteria, then less people will find it attractive to live over here. Also those who do already live here will realise they need to work to get anything. Again regardless of where they come from.
British benefits system was designed to help British citizens to cope with when things go wrong. However because of EU principle of equal rights, people from East Europe come over with the aim of claiming benefits which is the issue over here.
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shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
1 Like #28
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...

"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."

Where did he imply that ?



Edited By: shasnir on Dec 01, 2016 17:58
#29
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!

Edited By: splender on Dec 01, 2016 23:27
#30
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
#31
airfix
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
I am not responsible in providing answers to the universe and boil the ocean. If a "bloke" allows 335,000 in, which is pre-agreed freedom of movement of labour, which is known to be a major benefit to business activity, then he needs at least to have a basic solution to house, feed and clothe them, right?! Then comes the green belt , which is a post implementation solution after money is made from the 335,000 extra workforce, with the beauty of EU this means there is freedom of movement of the green belt too, it means our green belt could be extended to as far away as Poland and Czech Rep, Bulgaria...these place could become the giant green belt as a lot of people would have moved away to work in other countries.


Edited By: splender on Dec 01, 2016 23:44
#32
splender
airfix
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
I am not responsible in providing answers to the universe and boil the ocean. If a "bloke" allows 335,000 in, which is pre-agreed freedom of movement of labour, which is known to be a major benefit to business activity, then he needs at least to have a basic solution to house, feed and clothe them, right?! Then comes the green belt , which is a post implementation solution after money is made from the 335,000 extra workforce, with the beauty of EU this means there is freedom of movement of the green belt too, it means our green belt could be extended to as far away as Poland and Czech Rep, Bulgaria...these place could become the giant green belt as a lot of people would have moved away to work in other countries.
What good is a green belt to me when it's thousands of km away? You're in cloud cuckoo land,
#33
airfix

More than three times the government target of 100,000.
This target is just a sound bite, any one is a fool to believe this target could be met.
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Why?
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In elementary boy toy, such as a water pistol, a boy can only hit a target if he is in control of the water pistol. If the boy is NOT in control of this water pistol, how can the water pistol hit the target by itself?! So it is by analogy, in EU, in the freedom of movement of people, freedom is freedom, you would be stupid to put a target on freedom. Even more stupid to hold some stupid guy who had said this.

Edited By: splender on Dec 01, 2016 23:52
#34
airfix
splender
airfix
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
I am not responsible in providing answers to the universe and boil the ocean. If a "bloke" allows 335,000 in, which is pre-agreed freedom of movement of labour, which is known to be a major benefit to business activity, then he needs at least to have a basic solution to house, feed and clothe them, right?! Then comes the green belt , which is a post implementation solution after money is made from the 335,000 extra workforce, with the beauty of EU this means there is freedom of movement of the green belt too, it means our green belt could be extended to as far away as Poland and Czech Rep, Bulgaria...these place could become the giant green belt as a lot of people would have moved away to work in other countries.
What good is a green belt to me when it's thousands of km away? You're in cloud cuckoo land,
But that's the beauty of open borders, you can go anywhere you want in the EU. Surely it's a good thing to broaden your horizons?
#35
airfix
splender
airfix
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
I am not responsible in providing answers to the universe and boil the ocean. If a "bloke" allows 335,000 in, which is pre-agreed freedom of movement of labour, which is known to be a major benefit to business activity, then he needs at least to have a basic solution to house, feed and clothe them, right?! Then comes the green belt , which is a post implementation solution after money is made from the 335,000 extra workforce, with the beauty of EU this means there is freedom of movement of the green belt too, it means our green belt could be extended to as far away as Poland and Czech Rep, Bulgaria...these place could become the giant green belt as a lot of people would have moved away to work in other countries.
What good is a green belt to me when it's thousands of km away? You're in cloud cuckoo land,
I am not in cloud cuckoo land, just simple maths and being practical, if people come in at 333,333/yr then it is 3 million in ten years, say they concentrate in South East/London, then 3 million added to 9 million in London is 33% increase, so some of the green belt has to go or build high.
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airfix
What good is a green belt to me when it's thousands of km away? You're in cloud cuckoo land,
What do you mean 'before Brexit vote' - are you implying that the Brexit vote changed/will change things?

If you really believe that then it's you who's living in cloud cuckoo land.


You know in your heart you've spent a lifetime listening to politicians promising to stop immigration, sending immigrants back, and bringing the numbers down etc, but in that same lifetime you've seen numbers rise every flippin year.
When are you going to wake up to the fact that the politicians are shafting you?


Edited By: tryn2help on Dec 02, 2016 00:03
#37
airfix
splender
airfix
splender
shasnir
RonChew
shasnir
a1
shasnir
a1
Once we are out, the stampede will be the other way.
That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend.
Don't be so hard on yourself, we don't think your a nutjob just because you made the wrong decision and voted to Remain.
That's the problem Brexiteers obsessed with gloating, instead of looking at the implications for themselves, their children and their children's, children, and if I here the word "democracy" bandied around one more time.....
I don't recall any gloating, but I do remember replying to someone who called me and 17.4 million people a nutjob.
I don't think that a1 called all 17.4 million (and you) nutjobs. He just implied that a fair number, possibly sufficient to tip the vote in favour of Leave, were. There may be no reason for you to take offence although, there again...
"That's what happens when you let nutjobs vote on something they don't comprehend."
Where did he imply that ?
Nutjobs? How about businesses which benefit from extra labour resources take on responsibilities to provide for welfare benefits and build houses for them? Comprehend? Fairly simple really, 335,000 extra pair of hands to assist UK, then people benefitting from these extra hands contribute the land and bricks to build 335,000 houses to house them. as they all need a roof over their heads, not rocket science, is it?!
So you think building on the green belt to house migrants is a good thing?
I am not responsible in providing answers to the universe and boil the ocean. If a "bloke" allows 335,000 in, which is pre-agreed freedom of movement of labour, which is known to be a major benefit to business activity, then he needs at least to have a basic solution to house, feed and clothe them, right?! Then comes the green belt , which is a post implementation solution after money is made from the 335,000 extra workforce, with the beauty of EU this means there is freedom of movement of the green belt too, it means our green belt could be extended to as far away as Poland and Czech Rep, Bulgaria...these place could become the giant green belt as a lot of people would have moved away to work in other countries.
What good is a green belt to me when it's thousands of km away? You're in cloud cuckoo land,
Second answer, the beauty of EU is (or was), three freedoms: people, money and goods, all unlimited, so if you lived in a £500,000 flat/house, then you can retire in another much cheaper EU country, say buy £200,000 flat, then you have £300,000 cash to spend, and you can draw on the national health system, get a job there, claims benefits, send your state pension over there, blah blah...you should be living in heavens (not cloud cuckoo land).
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I mean Martin Lewis could have at least started a web site on CLAIMYOURBENEFITS in all EU countries for the Brits to use, and BRITSGETYOURRIGHTSEXPERTINEU is another web site someone could have designed. Moreover the British Council could have expanded to run language courses for Brits to get jobs abroad. Just a simple example, Pimlico plumbers could have teamed up with Oxbridge U and could have trained up 100,000 "Rolls Royce" plumbers to do the plumbing left behind in those countries lacking of tradesmen and women. A lot of noise is made about people coming to claim benefits but on the other hand,lots of migrants do so much economic activities here that they are remitting £100,000+ per week abroad and employ a lot of people here! Not much noise is made of Britons making lots of money in other EU countries and remitting money back here regularly in the UK.


Edited By: splender on Dec 02, 2016 00:20
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splender
I mean Martin Lewis could have at least started a web site on CLAIMYOURBENEFITS in all EU countries for the Brits to use, and BRITSGETYOURRIGHTSEXPERTINEU is another web site someone could have design. Moreover the British Council should have expanded to run language courses for Brits to get jobs abroad. Just a simple example, Pimlico plumbers could have teamed up with Oxbridge U and could have trained up 100,000 "Rolls Royce" plumbers to do the plumbing left behind in those countries lacking of tradesmen and women.
Have you been on the cooking sherry tonight? oO
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RonChew
splender
I mean Martin Lewis could have at least started a web site on CLAIMYOURBENEFITS in all EU countries for the Brits to use, and BRITSGETYOURRIGHTSEXPERTINEU is another web site someone could have design. Moreover the British Council should have expanded to run language courses for Brits to get jobs abroad. Just a simple example, Pimlico plumbers could have teamed up with Oxbridge U and could have trained up 100,000 "Rolls Royce" plumbers to do the plumbing left behind in those countries lacking of tradesmen and women.
Have you been on the cooking sherry tonight? oO
Funny why you wrote this, I placed a Tesco order for another 6 bottles, nice discounted wine, then another 25% off for six bottles or more, plus I got sent vouchers by Tesco too as I had spent virtually nothing at Tesco! You need to drink a bit to get blood to flush out that dogma and political PR out of your head in order to see common sense.


Edited By: splender on Dec 02, 2016 00:26

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