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Nationstate Democracy is best ReplyingInfiniteEntropy 9:07am Tue 7 Feb 17

2] EU sells UK £90bn a year more than we sell them
EU should pay UK for access to our lucrative market.
If not they’ll pay us £7bn a yr in tariffs.
Regardless, we will continue to export to Europe post Brexit.

Andrew Neil – reveals J.McGrory of Open Britain misrepresenting leavers comments >
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHzmCHcM7cA&t=28s

3] We have control of our fish stock when Spanish vessels can fish right up to our shores lol
Used to be our territorial waters.

4] Turkey are now not likely to join after the coup & various other events. But the other 5 poor countries are waiting in the Isles

5] Importing cheap labour to boost the economy is a false economy & means no more wealth per capita. Possibly less in fact due to wage compression.
It just lowers our overall quality of life as we get more & more overcrowded.
Drive on our main roads & it’s clear to any sane person that we need more people here like a man on fire needs petrol.

These migrants are walking away from perfectly good homes & infrastructure in Poland etc. So why should we spend billions to build infrastructure to cope with them here ?
More beautiful English countryside concreted over forever.
And who pays for it ?
As mostly low earning low tax payers they don’t.

The EU funded biased UCL study claiming that EU migrants bring far more than they get in benefits has has been debunked.
http://www.civitas.org.uk/archive/press/PRimmigration.html

The reality is low paid migrants receive £5bn a year in ‘in work’ benefits.

Hardly surprising since they work for IRO £7.20 an hour so pay little or no tax, but qualify for child benefit, affordable housing, family tax credits, NHS, subsidised nursery care, school translators & courtroom translators etc. They send £600,000 a day in child benefits back to Poland etc, that we pay for.

Yes a great asset for Costa etc who gain subsidised work force. Or Hampstead Heath socialists who get cheap nannies. Or rich private nursing home owners who get cheap staff where the poor elderly patients can hardly understand their accents.

Migration is fine in balance. But when it’s out of balance to the tune of a population the size of Oxford arriving here net every 6 months with just over half being from the EU, then surely even the most ardent EU fan has to admit this is not sustainable.

Brits abroad don’t work on min wage meaning paying little or no tax yet be entitled to a free health service, translators, subsidised affordable housing, subsidised nursery care, free schools, working family tax credits etc.

Most expats are medium to high earners or are retired with ample capital and income.

There’s only 800k Brits abroad spread out in several countries over a long period of time. We’ve had 3.5m East Europeans alone come here in the last few years.

If you know of a country where expats have caused 10 year affordable housing queues, wage compression & full schools then do let us know?

2] EU sells UK £90bn a year more than we sell them EU should pay UK for access to our lucrative market. If not they’ll pay us £7bn a yr in tariffs. Regardless, we will continue to export to Europe post Brexit. Andrew Neil – reveals J.McGrory of Open Britain misrepresenting leavers comments > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHzmCHcM7cA&t=28s 3] We have control of our fish stock when Spanish vessels can fish right up to our shores lol Used to be our territorial waters. 4] Turkey are now not likely to join after the coup & various other events. But the other 5 poor countries are waiting in the Isles 5] Importing cheap labour to boost the economy is a false economy & means no more wealth per capita. Possibly less in fact due to wage compression. It just lowers our overall quality of life as we get more & more overcrowded. Drive on our main roads & it’s clear to any sane person that we need more people here like a man on fire needs petrol. These migrants are walking away from perfectly good homes & infrastructure in Poland etc. So why should we spend billions to build infrastructure to cope with them here ? More beautiful English countryside concreted over forever. And who pays for it ? As mostly low earning low tax payers they don’t. The EU funded biased UCL study claiming that EU migrants bring far more than they get in benefits has has been debunked. http://www.civitas.org.uk/archive/press/PRimmigration.html The reality is low paid migrants receive £5bn a year in ‘in work’ benefits. Hardly surprising since they work for IRO £7.20 an hour so pay little or no tax, but qualify for child benefit, affordable housing, family tax credits, NHS, subsidised nursery care, school translators & courtroom translators etc. They send £600,000 a day in child benefits back to Poland etc, that we pay for. Yes a great asset for Costa etc who gain subsidised work force. Or Hampstead Heath socialists who get cheap nannies. Or rich private nursing home owners who get cheap staff where the poor elderly patients can hardly understand their accents. Migration is fine in balance. But when it’s out of balance to the tune of a population the size of Oxford arriving here net every 6 months with just over half being from the EU, then surely even the most ardent EU fan has to admit this is not sustainable. Brits abroad don’t work on min wage meaning paying little or no tax yet be entitled to a free health service, translators, subsidised affordable housing, subsidised nursery care, free schools, working family tax credits etc. Most expats are medium to high earners or are retired with ample capital and income. There’s only 800k Brits abroad spread out in several countries over a long period of time. We’ve had 3.5m East Europeans alone come here in the last few years. If you know of a country where expats have caused 10 year affordable housing queues, wage compression & full schools then do let us know? Nationstate Democracy is best

2] EU sells UK £90bn a year more than we sell them
EU should pay UK for access to our lucrative market.
If not they’ll pay us £7bn a yr in tariffs.
Regardless, we will continue to export to Europe post Brexit.

Andrew Neil – reveals J.McGrory of Open Britain misrepresenting leavers comments >
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHzmCHcM7cA&t=28s

3] We have control of our fish stock when Spanish vessels can fish right up to our shores lol
Used to be our territorial waters.

4] Turkey are now not likely to join after the coup & various other events. But the other 5 poor countries are waiting in the Isles

5] Importing cheap labour to boost the economy is a false economy & means no more wealth per capita. Possibly less in fact due to wage compression.
It just lowers our overall quality of life as we get more & more overcrowded.
Drive on our main roads & it’s clear to any sane person that we need more people here like a man on fire needs petrol.

These migrants are walking away from perfectly good homes & infrastructure in Poland etc. So why should we spend billions to build infrastructure to cope with them here ?
More beautiful English countryside concreted over forever.
And who pays for it ?
As mostly low earning low tax payers they don’t.

The EU funded biased UCL study claiming that EU migrants bring far more than they get in benefits has has been debunked.
http://www.civitas.org.uk/archive/press/PRimmigration.html

The reality is low paid migrants receive £5bn a year in ‘in work’ benefits.

Hardly surprising since they work for IRO £7.20 an hour so pay little or no tax, but qualify for child benefit, affordable housing, family tax credits, NHS, subsidised nursery care, school translators & courtroom translators etc. They send £600,000 a day in child benefits back to Poland etc, that we pay for.

Yes a great asset for Costa etc who gain subsidised work force. Or Hampstead Heath socialists who get cheap nannies. Or rich private nursing home owners who get cheap staff where the poor elderly patients can hardly understand their accents.

Migration is fine in balance. But when it’s out of balance to the tune of a population the size of Oxford arriving here net every 6 months with just over half being from the EU, then surely even the most ardent EU fan has to admit this is not sustainable.

Brits abroad don’t work on min wage meaning paying little or no tax yet be entitled to a free health service, translators, subsidised affordable housing, subsidised nursery care, free schools, working family tax credits etc.

Most expats are medium to high earners or are retired with ample capital and income.

There’s only 800k Brits abroad spread out in several countries over a long period of time. We’ve had 3.5m East Europeans alone come here in the last few years.

If you know of a country where expats have caused 10 year affordable housing queues, wage compression & full schools then do let us know?

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