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4 minutes ago, Pet Jeden said:

Honestly, you're capable of debating serious points........... Actually, scrub that.

Would make sense if this was a serious point, but your essentially saying the Tories would be stubborn and difficult to deal with because some Scottish punters laughed at them. They'll be stubborn and difficult to deal with because they're Tory c***s, nothing else.

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2 hours ago, The Moonster said:

Aye, I hear No.10 watches this forum 24/7.

Don't be daft. 

They get GCHQ to do that.

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I was thinking about the top Austrian trolling with their Brexit stamp

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and how Europe is having a good old laugh at the UK chaos and wonder how many of the "right type" of highly paid professionals from overseas would want to come and work here? But more worrying is what "incentives" will be put in place to fill the huge employment gap left when low paid and seasonal EU workers won't get visas?

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1 hour ago, The Moonster said:

Would make sense if this was a serious point, but your essentially saying the Tories would be stubborn and difficult to deal with because some Scottish punters laughed at them. They'll be stubborn and difficult to deal with because they're Tory c***s, nothing else.

So you acknowledge that if rUK demands control of independent Scotland's future laws and waters, and demands London court adjudication on disputes , this would indeed amount to being "stubborn and difficult to deal with"? Good. We agree.

As to whether it's still a Tory government holding the reins at the time of these negotiations , who knows?

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Aye keep all " dem funny forrrin folk oot of oor waters"

Brought to you by the same people that sold them the license to fish here

Fish is rapidly becoming this subs new £12.6bn.

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3 hours ago, Bob Mahelp said:

I was talking on social media with some mates.....decent lads, maybe no the cleverest......who were going on about how much they hate the Tories on one hand, then on the other saying how much they supported their immigration policies.

All done with no sense of self-awareness or irony.

I'm sure this is repeating itself all over the country. Working class people who would never have thought about voting Tory, nodding their heads when it comes to immigration.

There's an article in the paper this morning about the Tories deliberately adopting left-wing economics and right-wing culture policies. They think it's a sure fire way to win votes with the working class. 

 

 

With English tabloid headlines like this you can hardly blame them

 

MailOnline - news, sport, celebrity, science and health stories
 

At last! This is what we voted for:

Priti Patel's post-Brexit shake-up of Britain's immigration system

 

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The face on all these black Tories when the fash really get in charge and turn on them will be something.

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I wonder if Priti Patel has ever stopped to think that the points system she's so desperate to implement, would have prevented her parents from entering the UK had it been around in the 1960's

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3 minutes ago, Polarbear said:

I wonder if Priti Patel has ever stopped to think that the points system she's so desperate to implement, would have prevented her parents from entering the UK had it been around in the 1960's

Nick Ferrari made this point to her several times on LBC today. She chose to ignore it.

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Couldnt get them off the tv last week but no tories from the northern branch were available for interviews today

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11 hours ago, welshbairn said:

They'll be heartened to know that the shit jobs have been reserved for true Brits since they'd have to compete with foreigners for the good ones.

A shit job is the path towards fortune and success. I remember someone saying that on here, repeatedly.

4 minutes ago, Polarbear said:

I wonder if Priti Patel has ever stopped to think that the points system she's so desperate to implement, would have prevented her parents from entering the UK had it been around in the 1960's

She's alright, Jack.

I remember Gina Yashere (stay with me) saying that the Nigerian expat community contains some of the most rabid anti-immigration zealots in Britain. It's amazing how many people get what they want out of life and immediately want to stop others from experiencing the same opportunity.

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12 minutes ago, Polarbear said:

I wonder if Priti Patel has ever stopped to think that the points system she's so desperate to implement, would have prevented her parents from entering the UK had it been around in the 1960's

She said on the Today show her parents were refugees from Uganda so it wouldn't affect them. 

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5 hours ago, doulikefish said:

It will be great once we get rid of them funny speaking types,hb reckons the wages for carers etc will be massive.
A worker in hamburg is the same as a worker in liverpool and all that

I don't think wages will rise immediately but I'm sure it's more likely they that they might if private care companies can't recruit in the Phillipines. 

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13 minutes ago, Detournement said:

She said on the Today show her parents were refugees from Uganda so it wouldn't affect them. 

Which was a lie.

"But they came to the UK in the 1960s and she was born in London in the same year that dictator Idi Amin expelled Uganda's Asian community - many of whom settled in Britain as refugees."

Edited by dirty dingus

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19 minutes ago, MSU said:

Nick Ferrari made this point to her several times on LBC today. She chose to ignore it.

Just listened to the interview, she body-swerved the question like all politicians do!

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3 minutes ago, dirty dingus said:

Which was a lie.

I think they would have had to have left Uganda in the 70's to be classified as refugees.

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20 minutes ago, Detournement said:

I don't think wages will rise immediately but I'm sure it's more likely they that they might if private care companies can't recruit in the Phillipines. 

Or more likely care to the elderly will be reduced.

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42 minutes ago, Detournement said:

I don't think wages will rise immediately but I'm sure it's more likely they that they might if private care companies can't recruit in the Phillipines. 

 

22 minutes ago, welshbairn said:

Or more likely care to the elderly will be reduced.

Staff to patient ratios are regulated. So taking in less patients doesn't help viability. The care homes companies are geared up to the eyeballs with debt. If there's a sudden and sustained increase in costs, expect failures. The residents can't be chucked onto the streets so local authorities and the NHS  will end up holding the baby. Or central government will need to find a way to subsidise the private operators. Or just nationalise the industry.

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