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4 hours ago, knock out johnny said:

Spot on post - Good luck with that

the fckers won't even drag their lazy carcasses off the couch and away from Jeremy Kyle to work in their own country. Most barely learnt to read and write in English at school, do you think they're going to bother with a foreign language

I look forward to them all reclaiming their potato-picking and food-processing jobs when brexit is done and dusted

Same old English hating deluded nonsense coming out of your lefty little mind.

I believe they use machinery for picking potatoes, just as we used to for washing cars before the 3rd world arrived and we had to give them thousands a month in benefits so several of them could wash a car for £5.

 

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1409 pages....you guys should have your own forum !!!

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57 minutes ago, Crumbless said:

Same old English hating deluded nonsense coming out of your lefty little mind.

I believe they use machinery for picking potatoes, just as we used to for washing cars before the 3rd world arrived and we had to give them thousands a month in benefits so several of them could wash a car for £5.

 

Lefty :lol:

how little you know me

don't worry about it

 

as an aside - if there aren't any potato-picking jobs what will these chavs do then? or perhaps you're perfectly happy to pay tax for them to sit on their @rse watching daytime tv and drinking White Dragon Cider and smoking dope all day?

Perhaps you're the fcking leftie, happily giving money away to a bunch of lifetime dolers

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38 minutes ago, knock out johnny said:

Lefty :lol:

how little you know me

don't worry about it

 

as an aside - if there aren't any potato-picking jobs what will these chavs do then? or perhaps you're perfectly happy to pay tax for them to sit on their @rse watching daytime tv and drinking White Dragon Cider and smoking dope all day?

Perhaps you're the fcking leftie, happily giving money away to a bunch of lifetime dolers

Isn't that what these 'chavs' are doing today? I thought the EU workers being here meant they were already sitting at home watching tv etc. So nothing changes? Except the EU workers are no longer getting benefits (and we have to import a lot more potatoes).

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9 hours ago, Confusion of VIs said:

Bit of an open question, it depends would be obvious response.

I and most of my family worked in the EU at some points in my career. Personally I worked in and would recommend Munich, Lyon and Brussels as fantastic places to live in and work. If I had not met a girlfriend, now wife, that was at the time tied to the UK for the at least 5 years, I probably would still be in Munich.

You've been around a bit.  Long way from Stanley Park.

Had family live in Lyon and other French cities, on 1 year Uni Erasmus deals in mid 2000s.  I helped them keep debt down by contributing to their rent.  Lyon became established and wealthy on silk.

When I glanced into it, Munich looks expensive for housing.  Can you tell me one or two good things why it would have been your choice?

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1 hour ago, knock out johnny said:

Lefty :lol:

how little you know me

don't worry about it

 

as an aside - if there aren't any potato-picking jobs what will these chavs do then? or perhaps you're perfectly happy to pay tax for them to sit on their @rse watching daytime tv and drinking White Dragon Cider and smoking dope all day?

Perhaps you're the fcking leftie, happily giving money away to a bunch of lifetime dolers

To be honest i used to be one of the now labelled "chavs" as i was a painter and decorator, i then saw Polish builders come over to Southampton before accession where one had a visa he got by starting a limited company. He then got his mates over who he was subbing work out that was meant to be done by himself so the worker was now getting far less than a Brit would earn. Then to rub salt into the wound and totally destroy our rates the 2nd person down the chain got a group of his friends over who he subbed the work out to.

Its your ilk who salivate about the fact you back this system that has destroyed British working class wages and handed jobs to your supposed "hard working East Europeans" chums.

Irony is i like the Poles as they despise you pro EU, PC lefties as much as we do.

So you see you very simple person who lacks the intellect to put the pieces of the puzzle together, if these people were not here working class Brits would not have had their wages decimated and would not be "drinking cider on the dole" as you claim they are.

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12 hours ago, Chunketh said:

Yeah we are still hurting. Mourning the death of your country of birth is pretty traumatic.

I am getting over it now though, been touring Europe all over summer and reminding myself what a great place it is...

Better weather, better culture, Cheaper and better food, beer, wine. Classier and better looking women.

I guess it's time to leave the festering little shithole that is the UK. I'm sure that losing a few generations to the continent will do wonders for the job market...might even mean a job for life, well, working till you drop dead because there is no younger generation to pay the pensions out.

 

Enjoy

Which it became whilst being part of the EU ,a good reason to leave it if you ask me, the only other option apart from doing a runner  is carry on with the ponzi schem AKA the UK`s economy  

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44 minutes ago, Crumbless said:

To be honest i used to be one of the now labelled "chavs" as i was a painter and decorator, i then saw Polish builders come over to Southampton before accession where one had a visa he got by starting a limited company. He then got his mates over who he was subbing work out that was meant to be done by himself so the worker was now getting far less than a Brit would earn. Then to rub salt into the wound and totally destroy our rates the 2nd person down the chain got a group of his friends over who he subbed the work out to.

Its your ilk who salivate about the fact you back this system that has destroyed British working class wages and handed jobs to your supposed "hard working East Europeans" chums.

Irony is i like the Poles as they despise you pro EU, PC lefties as much as we do.

So you see you very simple person who lacks the intellect to put the pieces of the puzzle together, if these people were not here working class Brits would not have had their wages decimated and would not be "drinking cider on the dole" as you claim they are.

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12 hours ago, Chunketh said:

Yeah we are still hurting. Mourning the death of your country of birth is pretty traumatic.

I am getting over it now though, been touring Europe all over summer and reminding myself what a great place it is...

Better weather, better culture, Cheaper and better food, beer, wine. Classier and better looking women.

I guess it's time to leave the festering little shithole that is the UK. I'm sure that losing a few generations to the continent will do wonders for the job market...might even mean a job for life, well, working till you drop dead because there is no younger generation to pay the pensions out.

 

Enjoy

Death of your country?

Stop over acting you fool.

 

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43 minutes ago, Crumbless said:

To be honest i used to be one of the now labelled "chavs" as i was a painter and decorator, i then saw Polish builders come over to Southampton before accession where one had a visa he got by starting a limited company. He then got his mates over who he was subbing work out that was meant to be done by himself so the worker was now getting far less than a Brit would earn. Then to rub salt into the wound and totally destroy our rates the 2nd person down the chain got a group of his friends over who he subbed the work out to.

Its your ilk who salivate about the fact you back this system that has destroyed British working class wages and handed jobs to your supposed "hard working East Europeans" chums.

Irony is i like the Poles as they despise you pro EU, PC lefties as much as we do.

So you see you very simple person who lacks the intellect to put the pieces of the puzzle together, if these people were not here working class Brits would not have had their wages decimated and would not be "drinking cider on the dole" as you claim they are.

So you voted brexit because you wanted to stop FOM, even though your problem started before FOM - what a fcking muppet :lol:

 

If your polish rival was doing something illegal, you should have shopped him, if he wasn't you should have emulated him as being already established in the uk and having contacts, language and understanding of the business and uk law, you had a huge advantage over him. You should have poached his workers if they were legal.

You adapt in a modern economy - i've been made redundant several times from a very lucrative industry that died a death. I don't rail against the world, I adapt and am now doing something different

 

Why you identify yourself as a doley cider drinking chav when you are clearly a hardworking guy I have no idea

 

Keep thinking I'm a pc leftie if it makes you feel better - from my posting on hpc in general, you'll see that I'm not but keep deluding yourself

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1 hour ago, Venger said:

You've been around a bit.  Long way from Stanley Park.

Had family live in Lyon and other French cities, on 1 year Uni Erasmus deals in mid 2000s.  I helped them keep debt down by contributing to their rent.  Lyon became established and wealthy on silk.

When I glanced into it, Munich looks expensive for housing.  Can you tell me one or two good things why it would have been your choice?

Yes I spent about 5 years in total working abroad, in Europe and the US, working on fingerprint systems and other law enforcement stuff. 

Munich was always relatively pricey for housing and short term lets particularly so, in fact so much so I spent 2 of the 3 years I was working there staying at the City Hilton. Reason for choosing to stay there would have been partly the job (Siemens was a great company to work for) but mainly the high standard of living, friendly relaxed vibe (the Bavarian's are more like a civilised version of the English than other Germans) and great work life balance. Unfortunately since I left house prices have shot up and together with the decline in value of the £ would now probably match zone 2 in London.     

Lyon was also a nice place, great food obviously, but lacked the buzz of Munich and the 9 months I did there was enough (even though the job at Interpol was undemanding to say the least).            

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Good reading CoVIs with your views about Munich (2 years in Hilton !) and glimpse into bit of your techie career.  Thanks.

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Brexit: May to introduce EU repeal bill in Queen's Speech

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Theresa May has said she is to introduce a "Great Repeal Bill" in the next Queen's Speech which will overturn the act which took the UK into the EU.

It will remove the European Communities Act 1972 from the statute book and end the supremacy in Britain of EU law.

The government will also enshrine all existing EU law into British law and anything deemed unnecessary will be abolished later.

Blimey, so Brexit does mean Brexit.

Very good.

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2 hours ago, doomed said:

May just said on Marr that Article 50 will be started no later than March 2017.

But but but she can't do that. The EU won't allow it or something like that. May can't repeal the 1973 Act. She can't, she can't. Parliament won't allow it. The referendum isn't legally binding, it's only advisory. The people don't understand what they voted for. Waaaahhhh! Waaaaahhhhhh!

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1 minute ago, the gardener said:

But but but she can't do that. The EU won't allow it or something like that. May can't repeal the 1973 Act. She can't, she can't. Parliament won't allow it. The referendum isn't legally binding, it's only advisory. The people don't understand what they voted for. Waaaahhhh! Waaaaahhhhhh!

You are a libdem and i claim £50.

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33 minutes ago, the gardener said:

But but but she can't do that. The EU won't allow it or something like that. May can't repeal the 1973 Act. She can't, she can't. Parliament won't allow it. The referendum isn't legally binding, it's only advisory. The people don't understand what they voted for. Waaaahhhh! Waaaaahhhhhh!

But the sky will fall in just like it never after we voted to leave .  

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39 minutes ago, the gardener said:

But but but she can't do that. The EU won't allow it or something like that. May can't repeal the 1973 Act. She can't, she can't. Parliament won't allow it. The referendum isn't legally binding, it's only advisory. The people don't understand what they voted for. Waaaahhhh! Waaaaahhhhhh!

 

You're quite right

Needs to get through the house of commons and then the Lords

 

Oh and they also need to draft, debate and pass the 'Great Repeal Act' 

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Cheers for sharing your experiences working in Europe, CoVI.  I've been to Bavaria & Munich a few times and it's a beautiful part of the world.  I spent 6 months in Austria working (not so far from Salzburg) and that whole region is a wonderful place to live and work.  Mind you, it's 23 years since I worked there (!), so I've no idea of cost of living / demographics there now.  Because of my own situation (Aussie passport holder), I certainly needed a work permit at the time, but it was no big deal - my employer sorted that out. 

I'm guessing by your type of work, it's kind of irrelevant whether a permit is needed or not because it's a specialised job, so it's no big deal to require a permit to work (it would have been slightly more paperwork for your employer at the time).

I don't see anything stopping anyone with the tiniest amount of aspiration and amibtion to work in Europe whether we're in or out of the EU. 

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