Monday, Feb 11, 2013

"4 MILLION...making arrangements to move to UK next year

Telegraph: UK 'needs to be more like Germany’ in business, say major UK growth companies - [more cheap immigrant labor]

Paul Nutall, the Deputy leader of UKIP [went] into Bulgaria to find out JUST how many are planning to come to this country in 2014. The answer? Wait for it, 4 MILLION...are already making arrangements to up sticks and move here next year. No wonder the Government won't release the figures!

Posted by hpwatcher @ 09:54 AM (1876 views)
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1. enuii said...

and run the country like Foxtons

Monday, February 11, 2013 10:03AM Report Comment
 

2. Bulboy said...

erm, 4 millions will leave Bulgaria and there will be no one of working age left. I doubt it. See the census at http://www.nsi.bg/census2011/PDOCS2/Census2011final_en.pdf , conveniently in English. Keep calm and informed with the facts.

Monday, February 11, 2013 10:35AM Report Comment
 

3. happy mondays said...

Because Britain is the land of milk & honey..

Monday, February 11, 2013 12:50PM Report Comment
 

4. Ajax23 said...

Maybe they will bring their horses with them.
4 million? really? shut those borders. Been to Sofia and its a dangerous delapidated capital (speaks volumes).

Monday, February 11, 2013 01:00PM Report Comment
 

5. mark wadsworth said...

Yes, clearly the entire population of Bulgaria will move western Europe. It's the rational thing to do. I'd rather live here than there, frankly.

Monday, February 11, 2013 01:11PM Report Comment
 

6. Samtheman said...

"The Government risks damaging Britain’s economic recovery"
What recovery?

Yes, Bulgaria a country with a population of 7 million will provide 4 million immigrants to the UK. Nevermind that it has a highly-qualified population, great weather and a home owernship percentage of 97%.

Some people will just about believe anything.

We get worked up because a few of the hard-working, adventurous young people in Bulgaria may consider moving to the UK to try their chances and fill in the shortages in the workforce but don't think twice when hundreds of thousands of arrogant middle-class British people move to Spain and other country to take advantage of population mobility. We don't think twice when British people move abroad, as if the British were a gift to every country they move to. Delusion at a grand scale...

Monday, February 11, 2013 01:52PM Report Comment
 

7. hpwatcher said...

We get worked up because a few of the hard-working, adventurous young people in Bulgaria may consider moving to the UK to try their chances and fill in the shortages in the workforce

UK Business leaders want them, so they can exploit them. At best, they won't be paid the proper minimum wage. I know it must be hard for you, but try to think of the associated strain on public services - ever tried to get a doctors appointment recently or even buy a house? No - I though not.


but don't think twice when hundreds of thousands of arrogant middle-class British people move to Spain and other country to take advantage of population mobility.

Absurd comparison. UK people are welcomed because they have wealth - that means lots of money. It's as much about what Spain gets out of uk immigration as the migrants themselves.


We don't think twice when British people move abroad, as if the British were a gift to every country they move to. Delusion at a grand scale...

I think you are the one that is deluded.

Monday, February 11, 2013 07:54PM Report Comment
 

8. mark wadsworth said...

HPW: "try to think of the associated strain on public services - ever tried to get a doctors appointment recently or even buy a house? No - I though not"

Getting a doctor's appointment is not a problem, and by and large, younger healthier people who come here don't go to the doctor very much, that's all covered by the taxes they pay.

No I have not tried to buy a house recently, but if I did, I doubt that I would be outbid by a few young Bulgarians who've just come off the boat.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 10:23AM Report Comment
 

9. hpwatcher said...

Getting a doctor's appointment is not a problem, and by and large, younger healthier people who come here don't go to the doctor very much, that's all covered by the taxes they pay.

Hmm you obviously don't live where I live (Slough). Lots of young/expectant mothers and their lovely fathers!

No I have not tried to buy a house recently, but if I did, I doubt that I would be outbid by a few young Bulgarians who've just come off the boat.

But they will need somewhere to live, and they will need to rent somewhere? When I am viewing houses, I always seem to be up against the BTL'ers; they are pretty busy ramping up and getting ready for '14.

BTL is better than ever - in fact some of the people on here should try it!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 11:25AM Report Comment
 

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