Post Tagged with: "immigration"

Eastern Europeans Suffer from Britain’s Failure to Grasp Food Importance

February 18, 2015 1:41 pm0 comments
Eastern Europeans Suffer from Britain’s Failure to Grasp Food Importance

Busy agencies hiring seasonal workers for the UK’s farms invite many Eastern Europeans every year and in full contrast to the domestic low interest in agriculture, the allowance of 21, 250 places for seasonal workers is never spared. But essentially UK fails to grasp its heavy dependence on citizens from […]

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Aliens

December 6, 2013 1:46 pm0 comments
Aliens

For the life of me I cannot understand the irrational and emotive controversy surrounding the issue of immigration. It seems perfectly logical to me that a nation whose size and available resources deem it fit for an ideal population of 30 million, but instead has one of 67 million and […]

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The PM’s trip to India – Another U-turn on Immigration?

February 22, 2013 1:11 pm0 comments
The PM’s trip to India – Another U-turn on Immigration?

So David Cameron has changed his mind about immigration (certain types of immigration). His stance for the last two years has been, ‘you are not welcome’. He spoke of getting migration targets down to tens, rather than hundreds of thousands and the way he was to achieve that was to […]

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