Tuesday, Sep 19, 2006

Reid signals curb on EU immigrants

News24: Reid signals curb on EU immigrants

Work rights in the UK for Romanians and Bulgarians are likely to be restricted if they join the EU next year, Home Secretary John Reid has said.

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1. Paulos said...

Personally, I'd prefer it if they don't introduce restrictions. However, this can only be good news for those of us wanting house prices to fall.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 08:40AM Report Comment
 

2. waitingfor hpc said...

too little ... too late. talk about closing the door after the horse has bolted. I was in a traffic jam on M20 this morning. Saw 5 .. yes 5 coach loads of poles in 30 mins !!!!!!! The coaches were full to the rafters with mums & kids not just workers ....... and the polish vehicles advertised England - Poland - Ireland !!!!!

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 08:48AM Report Comment
 

3. sovietuk said...

The sad thing is the door will probably not in reality be closed. Anything will be done to keep the gas flowing into the hyper inflated bubble.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 09:11AM Report Comment
 

4. uncle chris said...

Why do we keep getting hints and signals - why don't they just come out an say it. Probably because they can keep the door open to the famous labour u-turn. The more they let this go on, the more hatred will be generated towards poles, romanians and bulgarians - which is not what we want. My wife's a doctor in a local hospital and yesterday she spent 3 hours trying to sort out a non-english speaking portuguese immigrant to the detriment of british patients, and was then called to see a patient demanding to see an arabic speaking female doctor (strangely enough she knew the word 'rights'), well she got half her request. Don't tell me that this open door policy is beneficial to UK citizens - it's only beneficial to big business who can get away with paying stupidly low wages. Once again, the rich get richer and the poor get poorer - and all under the watch of a supposed labour government.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 10:40AM Report Comment
 

5. sovietuk said...

Uncle chris

agree with your point.

And it's neither beneficial to UK citizens or Polish citizens. What about the poor Polish family who live in a small village somewhere and can't find a doctor because they have all cleared off in search of better wages abroard. And of course the pompous idiots in Brussells will tell us that the free movement will benefit all EU citizens.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006 11:08AM Report Comment
 

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