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    If unemployment levels are currently reaching an all time high, then why did a plane arrive at Stanstead today with 180 Romanians on it to pick fruit, and another 5 planes coming? What will happen next year after a 'no deal' Brexit and the points based immigration system comes into place?
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    Any source for that?
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    and more lord feckin hawhaw sh1te.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BR14 View Post
    and more lord feckin hawhaw sh1te.
    And more gurning, how about getting some your weegie mates to do the job instead?
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    How are the feckless indigenous unable to pull fruit & veg from the ground?

    Yet they're on the beeb complaining the loans are not forthcoming... unf£$ken believable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    How are the feckless indigenous unable to pull fruit & veg from the ground?.
    Probably something to do with the lockdown.

    Maybe its also cheaper to furlough the locals and fly in cheaper workers to do their jobs for them. Thanks uncle Rishi!

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    I'm sure this is a remainer plot, the Rumanians are all covid infected and will cough over the strawberries they pick, resulting in a full extermination of the Wetherspoon brigade. And Britain will return into the EU.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseSlice View Post
    Maybe its also cheaper to furlough the locals and fly in cheaper workers to do their jobs for them. Thanks uncle Rishi!
    So if the point of leaving the EU was to get away from all those underpaid migrants.....

    Yeah that's a good question, sure those migrants are not getting paid the Boris minimum for acceptable / allowable workers to gain entry (much like the nurses who treated him).. how was that overlooked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    If unemployment levels are currently reaching an all time high, then why did a plane arrive at Stanstead today with 180 Romanians on it to pick fruit, and another 5 planes coming? What will happen next year after a 'no deal' Brexit and the points based immigration system comes into place?
    Proof that there are people in the UK that will not pick fruit, unless they are down to their last pound. Plus UK people have benefits and furlough money.

    Another benefit to being Romanian is the big difference in minimum wage, around £2.80
    An hour over there. So they come here and triple their income.


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