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BrilloPad
17th May 2017, 10:27
UK unemployment at lowest rate in 42 years - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39945782)

vetran
17th May 2017, 10:35
Wait till those 3 million workers go home to the EU then Unemployment will be 50% like the rest of the EU.

Love a Bremoaner.


Oh Wait..

diseasex
17th May 2017, 10:36
UK unemployment at lowest rate in 42 years - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39945782)
We are leaving cyclical downturn (which took 8 years!). Nothing to do with brexit which doesn't do any favors either. Happens all around europe too, I just hope I'll catch the next boom and retire early.

sasguru
17th May 2017, 10:37
UK unemployment at lowest rate in 42 years - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39945782)

See, conclusive proof that being in the EU is good for us.

scooterscot
17th May 2017, 10:42
UK wage growth those past 10-years is even less than that of Greece. Alarm bells should ring when the country struggles to reduce debt growth let alone pay it down when near 96% of the working population is employed. Country will implode if it rises to 10%.

The_Equalizer
17th May 2017, 10:44
UK wage growth those past 10-years is even less than that of Greece. Alarm bells should ring when the country struggles to reduce debt growth let alone pay it down when near 96% of the working population is employed. Country will implode if it rises to 10%.

You could have fewer employed, but in better paid jobs?

BlasterBates
17th May 2017, 10:46
meanwhile:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-16/london-office-vacancies-surge-as-company-moves-leave-big-holes

scooterscot
17th May 2017, 10:46
You could have few employed, but in better paid jobs?

Zero-hour contracts many employed payment in sheltered tents outside the Amazon warehouse. You've never had it so good under the Tories.

BrilloPad
17th May 2017, 10:48
Alarm bells should ring

And yet they never do. Look at 2008. It seemed to come as a surprise.

diseasex
17th May 2017, 10:49
meanwhile:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-05-16/london-office-vacancies-surge-as-company-moves-leave-big-holes
meanwile:

Birmingham and Manchester lead the way as construction booms in the regions (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/01/31/birmingham-manchester-lead-way-construction-booms-regions/)

The_Equalizer
17th May 2017, 10:49
Zero-hour contracts many employed payment in sheltered tents outside the Amazon warehouse. You've never had it so good under the Tories.

That's what happens when you have access to an endless supply of low skilled labour. Open door policy forever!

BrilloPad
17th May 2017, 10:50
Zero-hour contracts many employed payment in sheltered tents outside the Amazon warehouse. You've never had it so good under the Tories.

Back to Victorian times.

scooterscot
17th May 2017, 10:52
And yet they never do. Look at 2008. It seemed to come as a surprise.

See this in the crypto world all the time. When something increases 1000% it's divine intervention. The company is doing something right. It can't go wrong. Everyone is happy. Then a whale comes along and sell's his or her massive stake and crash bang wallop. Now everyone says, my life is ruined! Swines!!

Mark my words, the same will have in the UK housing market when that demand just melts away. Slowly and surely drip drip companies leave as do the people that support them. I'd liquidate my GBP position if I were's yous

scooterscot
17th May 2017, 10:54
That's what happens when you have access to an endless supply of low skilled labour. Open door policy forever!

And do you think your 2-bed £300k pad will still be that price when home grown white english speaking stock replace that labour?

The_Equalizer
17th May 2017, 11:04
And do you think your 2-bed £300k pad will still be that price when home grown white english speaking stock replace that labour?

Thankfully in my part of the UK house prices aren't anything like that. Oh and I have my house money in cash at present. The current house came (including plenty of DIY) with the wife. Long term, it can only be a good thing for housing costs to return to a sensible level.

Whorty
17th May 2017, 11:15
UK unemployment at lowest rate in 42 years - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39945782)

ha ha, good one :happy Oh, you're serious? You really are claiming the employment rates are as a result of Brexit, which hasn't even happened yet? Hmmmm, you need to get out more :D

BlasterBates
17th May 2017, 11:23
Leading and lagging economic indicators explained (http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/177.asp)

motoukenin
17th May 2017, 11:30
"Strong and stable government"
"Strong and stable government"
"Beep Beep ... error in line 1...method repeat_shyte_until_everyone_believes it "

Whorty
17th May 2017, 11:35
Leading and lagging economic indicators explained (http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/177.asp)

Yep, understand leading and lagging indicators having written papers on the Balanced Scorecard and implemented it in companies. You may be clutching at very big straws though to be claiming unemployment rates is a leading indicator for Brexit. Nice try though :D

PurpleGorilla
17th May 2017, 12:10
UK wage growth those past 10-years is even less than that of Greece. Alarm bells should ring when the country struggles to reduce debt growth let alone pay it down when near 96% of the working population is employed. Country will implode if it rises to 10%.

Sounds like an adjustment to the Barnett formula is needed.

Hobosapien
17th May 2017, 12:34
Zero-hour contracts many employed payment in sheltered tents outside the Amazon warehouse. You've never had it so good under the Tories.


I think they're living in Amazon cardboard city going by the size of some of the boxes I receive tiny items packaged in. Maybe I should check the masses of padding for workers going postal.

Hobosapien
17th May 2017, 12:41
See, conclusive proof that being in the EU is good for us.


At what point do they insist we take our fare share of unemployed EU nationals to help out hard working families for the good of the many not the few and to promote a strong stable leadership?