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German Workers In Fear They May Be Undercut By Workers From Central And Eastern Europe.

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German government ministers have tried to reassure workers that their pay won't be undercut by workers from central and eastern Europe.

is that even legal? if so why did our government do / willing to do the same

Ministers chose popular newspapers to make their promises, perhaps indicating the political unease among ordinary Germans, even as employers say the economy needs outsiders to do skilled work.

What employers don't say, but unions fear, is that firms also want unskilled workers at lower rates of pay.

this should be fun, should keep an eye out later on this year.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13256288

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don't see how they can stop it.at least it'll offset the inflationary pressures from all the printing of late.

The difference being that everyone else in Europe picks and chooses the laws it wants to impose on it's people and deals with the fallout afterwards whereas the UK sticks rigidly to all laws created and deals with the undercut UK worker afterwards!

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You have to keep out cheap foreign workers and keep industrial production at home. Britain is finding that out the hard way.

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You have to keep out cheap foreign workers and keep industrial production at home. Britain is finding that out the hard way.

Where do you draw the line?

Should the South-East make laws that keep out the Scousers and Welshmen that take away precious jobs in the South-East too?

Why don't we reinstate checkpoints and toll-booths on all major roads between all towns?

And Licenses to enter a city like commonly used in medieval times?

Rather than blaming fellow common people for all ills, look up at the so called elite that is robbing us blind and living it up more than ever, they are the real problem!

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Where do you draw the line?

There is little objection to French and Germans coming over because they do so in small numbers and are balanced by Brits moving over there. This is because there is not a huge difference in living standards. The problem comes when you can earn ten times the money by crossing the border. Thus the line should be drawn according to wages. Where a large wage difference exists, a special circumstances visa will be required. The army of third world and eastern Europeans are not coming here through their love of Britain, they come because they can make more money here.

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Where do you draw the line?

Should the South-East make laws that keep out the Scousers and Welshmen that take away precious jobs in the South-East too?

Why don't we reinstate checkpoints and toll-booths on all major roads between all towns?

And Licenses to enter a city like commonly used in medieval times?

Rather than blaming fellow common people for all ills, look up at the so called elite that is robbing us blind and living it up more than ever, they are the real problem!

Is it stupid Tuesday? as that must be the stupidest thing anyone has ever written.

You draw the line at those not in Britain.

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Ministers chose popular newspapers to make their promises

I seem to recall a minister here saying "British jobs for British people" in the media to put minds at rest.

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