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its started
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41036236


Best ignore the institute of directors
I guess best ignore some of the food industry saying they might move abroad through lack of employees.
Still its coming home
As a remainer - the drop off in cheap, unskilled, migrant Labour was always a concern of mine.

We as a leading world nation have always had to rely on this for a successful economy right back the the navvies digging out canals at the start of the Industrial Revolution.

Time for the work shy white underclass to tune Kyle off - and get to work.
I remember a tv doc a year or so ago when the interviewer was speaking to unemployed white british youngsters of around the age of 20 outside the job centre in Peterborough. They were being offered jobs to get up early in the morning and be at work at 0500am to pick butternut squash. One of them said 'you avin a laugh mate and what the **** is butternut squash!!' The east european migrant workers were working shifts over a 6 month period and earning themselves £20k.
(08-25-2017, 01:38 PM)Bratislava Baggie Wrote: [ -> ]I guess best ignore some of the food industry saying they might move abroad through lack of employees.
Still its coming home

A huge amount of food farmed in the UK is already processed around the World anyway due to low wage
economies, investment and automation is the long term answer to harvesting and packing not expecting
huge amounts of people to move so that producers can take advantage of the low wages that brings.

Brexit will change migration, but more because of the exchange rate that it brings in the short term than
uncertainty over what any agreement will mean to those who have moved or are thinking moving from Europe.