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#611532 - 01/10/18 07:46 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By TiredReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
As for Mauritius they are doing everything wrong the country is a mess the government a shambles. I am an expert on Mauritius

Don't want to boast but I have read about it on sky news website


You don't have sky news on your tv?


I do but the news from your country is so bad I am only able to see it online and I take my time only watching small bits at carefully planned intervals. . It would be too much to bear on TV in real time. I am an expert me !


I think you need to get yourself checked, you are losing it. I suppose the hospitals are too crowded with EU cheap migrants for you to get an appointment, don't worry everything will be great after the 29th of March, hospitals will be free. Only a few months.

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#611534 - 01/10/18 08:28 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: EnergisedReds]
Stanley Park Online   crying
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Hospitals are free now
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#611546 - 02/10/18 02:43 AM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Hospitals are free now


But overcrowded with EU nationals, right?

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#611549 - 02/10/18 07:28 AM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: EnergisedReds]
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Originally Posted By TiredReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Hospitals are free now


But overcrowded with EU nationals, right?


They are a bit yeah. When my wife gave birth and went to the post natal ward she was one of the few English people in there.

I know this is only one incident but if itís the same country wide then it will be straining the nhs as the eu nationals wonít have paid that much in through taxes and national insurance.

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#611551 - 02/10/18 11:08 AM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: EnergisedReds]
Stanley Park Online   crying
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Originally Posted By TiredReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Hospitals are free now


But overcrowded with EU nationals, right?


Millions of mainly unskilled poor people have come over from the poorest ex soviet parts of the EU and good for them I don't blame them. However this has caused massive strain on housing and public services as you admit. The main people suffering are the poor people in Britain of which there are a lot. Post brexit we will still have immigration (we need it) but it will be skills based and on need. Pretty much like the immigration system in most of the world including Mauritius. You are once again making fun of the British but you would never accept that situation in your own country.
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#611554 - 02/10/18 11:45 AM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By TiredReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Hospitals are free now


But overcrowded with EU nationals, right?


Millions of mainly unskilled poor people have come over from the poorest ex soviet parts of the EU and good for them I don't blame them. However this has caused massive strain on housing and public services as you admit. The main people suffering are the poor people in Britain of which there are a lot. Post brexit we will still have immigration (we need it) but it will be skills based and on need. Pretty much like the immigration system in most of the world including Mauritius. You are once again making fun of the British but you would never accept that situation in your own country.


We have a lot of Blangladesh and Chinese workers who work in our garment industry and without them there would be no textiles factories and hundreds of Mauritian workers (supervisors, managers, sales people, accountants to name a few) would lose their jobs. You might have to face that soon, a good case to study then. Maybe things will be better though, I am impatient to see what happens.

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#611555 - 02/10/18 12:14 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: EnergisedReds]
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The minimum wage jobs in the UK are exploitative.

If the overseas workers left,then the wages would rise to market value in order to recruit British workers.

A lot of the eastern europeans are working,but also getting subsidised
housing.

A couple living in a "cheap" area of London,in a 1 bedroom flat,would

need to earn a minimum of £30000 per year in the private sector.

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#611556 - 02/10/18 12:31 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: Markhutch1]
Stanley Park Online   crying
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You may have a lot of Chinese workers Vish and I am sure they are needed and make a valuable contribution. However the key point you have missed is your government is in control. Would you accept a foreign power having control of your government and societies immingration policy ? I suspect not


Edited by Stanley Park (02/10/18 12:32 PM)
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#611557 - 02/10/18 12:37 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: Stanley Park]
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Originally Posted By Stanley Park
You may have a lot of Chinese workers Vish and I am sure they are needed and make a valuable contribution. However the key point you have missed is your government is in control. Would you accept a foreign power having control of your government and societies immingration policy ? I suspect not


Not if my government was not part of the decision making and had a veto, of course. However, your government was apparently very forceful about it, I wonder why and what has changed.

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#611558 - 02/10/18 12:52 PM Re: Brexit and the chequers agreement ? [Re: EnergisedReds]
Stanley Park Online   crying
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Originally Posted By TiredReds
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
You may have a lot of Chinese workers Vish and I am sure they are needed and make a valuable contribution. However the key point you have missed is your government is in control. Would you accept a foreign power having control of your government and societies immingration policy ? I suspect not


Not if my government was not part of the decision making and had a veto, of course. However, your government was apparently very forceful about it, I wonder why and what has changed.


Not sure I understand our government was weak in the past in accepting the mastrict treaty which formed the EU it was done by stealth and john major the prime minster refused to allow the public a vote to join the EU because he knew what the answer would be. No British government was ever forceful about accepting freedom of movement it was something we had to endure until things got totally out of control. Mauritius would never accept the situation Britain was in and neither would you but you are happy to support it from thousands of miles away safe in the knowledge you are ok
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