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  1. dav says:08/06/2018 11:40 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Albion102 View Post
    Mirror, mirror on the wall. Pretty much describes the whole membership of the EDL

    Indeed, we have enough workshy, unskilled losers here already - which is why it is madness to continue to import more in such vast numbers. The lazy *******s already here need to be compelled to work.



    Don't know what the EDL has to do with anything. A tiny fringe group of no consequence and with little support.

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  3. gazaprop says:08/06/2018 12:12 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by salus.populi View Post
    No no please do, preferably.with some maths and case studies.
    If you mean you still haven't got there just say so!

    www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_countries

  4. salus.populi says:08/06/2018 01:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by gazaprop View Post
    If you mean you still haven't got there just say so!

    www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_countries
    Your link doesn't work but I know different countries have different costs of living.
    That doesn't explain how a low paid worker (earning not enough to contribute much tax like you say) living and working in a country with a high cost of living can have enough money left to send back to a country with a low cost of living to provide a vastly better standard of life.

  5. gazaprop says:08/06/2018 01:13 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by salus.populi View Post
    Your link doesn't work but I know different countries have different costs of living.
    That doesn't explain how a low paid worker (earning not enough to contribute much tax like you say) living and working in a country with a high cost of living can have enough money left to send back to a country with a low cost of living to provide a vastly better standard of life.
    I can't believe you are really that dim or are you being deliberately obtuse.

    Observations on previous posts from you show you to be a bit silly - on occasion - so I won't be drawn into one of those rather pointless dialogues with you. Cheery bye.

  6. salus.populi says:08/06/2018 02:04 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by gazaprop View Post
    I can't believe you are really that dim or are you being deliberately obtuse.

    Observations on previous posts from you show you to be a bit silly - on occasion - so I won't be drawn into one of those rather pointless dialogues with you. Cheery bye.
    Well you're the one unable to substantiate what you claim so bye.

  7. Theatrics says:08/06/2018 02:44 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by salus.populi View Post
    I'd love to know how low paid agricultural workers manage to live here AND send money back home to support a family.
    Can't speak for the rest of the country but if you have a minute take a trip out towards Hesketh Bank where you'll find around a dozen per caravan.

  8. salus.populi says:08/06/2018 03:25 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Theatrics View Post
    Can't speak for the rest of the country but if you have a minute take a trip out towards Hesketh Bank where you'll find around a dozen per caravan.
    Really? Have you been in the caravan to count them?
    And how much are they getting paid?
    How much do they have left to send abroad?

  9. local says:08/06/2018 09:56 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Theatrics View Post
    Can't speak for the rest of the country but if you have a minute take a trip out towards Hesketh Bank where you'll find around a dozen per caravan.
    Your right and whilst your at it try GA petfoods who have a large migrant workforce mainly from Poland.


    Denying the true migrant effect on an economy is true head in the sand economics.

    Many who do come here and do a great service for us are struggling to find reasonable accommodation and services.

    Britain has benefited greatly from immigration but we do not appreciate the ones that come here to contribute enough.

    A reasonable brake on migration would benefit migrants the most.


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