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From The Daily Mail

So he's back peddling already.

This must be good news to all those slum landlords out there!

How can a policy so unpopular with the general population be pushed through...

Politics is about bribery and little else. You make a huge annoucement that scares big companies you then sit and wait for bribes to come in to prevent you from taking this course of action. If the bribe is sufficient enough you do a U turn, if it isn't or that the company can't do anything for you then help/u turn is averted.

LDV for example could not offer a big enough 'incentive' for politicians to act, getting a job with LDV wasn't great nor would the bribe be from LDV. Therefore LDV did not get any help.

The banks OTOH offered many MPs lucrative positions once they left office, therefore the banks were bailed out...

Remember the UK is a kleptocratic nation and it all makes sense.

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From The Daily Mail

So he's back peddling already.

This must be good news to all those slum landlords out there!

How can a policy so unpopular with the general population be pushed through...

Yes if big business wants cheap immigrant labor, big business will have cheap immigrant labor regardless of any promises governments may have given the electorate

to win power. We need more Romanian kids to work on our farms or it will hamper the recovery the CBI told the PM today.

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