Brexit tower thread (aka General brexit how to get rid of sugar ants in the house discussion) – Page 124

And no the eu isn’t one of the most democratic institutions on the planet how to get rid of sugar ants in the house and if you believe that you are on another planet,I pointed out to you that juncker was presented as how to get rid of sugar ants in the house the only candidate to the parliament and they then went how to get rid of sugar ants in the house through the ridiculous process of a secret ballot to elect how to get rid of sugar ants in the house the only person made available,this I said was only seen as democracy in places how to get rid of sugar ants in the house like north korea afaik you didn’t bother to reply

I thought i had replied. The EU council nominates the president, junker. The council is made up of 28 heads of state, t may in the UK. I’m sure they considered many applicants. The parliament made of meps elected in each country, in the UK by the people can accept or reject how to get rid of sugar ants in the house that nomination. This is totally democratic and elected.

I don’t take issue with this as T may or her how to get rid of sugar ants in the house successor gets the job be being selected by the party how to get rid of sugar ants in the house which the people voted into govt, their doing their job. Should every decision in the EU be an EU vote how to get rid of sugar ants in the house by the people or can we let the people elected how to get rid of sugar ants in the house democratically just get on with their jobs.

I really don’t understand the fixation on expats (note: on purpose) from poorer EU countries in the UK. Last time I checked, it was almost impossible to find any british among workers how to get rid of sugar ants in the house in low-pay user-facing jobs, and if an expat with broken english, no connections, and possibly a degree from a romanian uni gets your how to get rid of sugar ants in the house high-pay job, that says quite a lot about your (lack of) skills.

Fearful of the evil immigrants that have bricked the economy? Last time I checked unemployment rate in the UK was how to get rid of sugar ants in the house 4% and about half of london is basically expats. It’s safe to say that your economy would be significantly how to get rid of sugar ants in the house worse if all expats went back to their home countries.

The post was meant to demonstrate the fact that this how to get rid of sugar ants in the house panacea of free movement of people was tilted very much how to get rid of sugar ants in the house in favour of countries new to the EU and that how to get rid of sugar ants in the house we in the UK have benefited very little from it. Some would say that this wholesale migration into the uk how to get rid of sugar ants in the house has been the prime cause of keeping wages low. I have no issue with any qualified person, romanian or otherwise, wanting to contribute his skills to our country. This is in no way different from what is currently how to get rid of sugar ants in the house being proposed – immigration to be permitted on whether the skill that the how to get rid of sugar ants in the house migrant possesses is in short supply and cannot be filled how to get rid of sugar ants in the house by people already here. As for my lack of skills I can honestly say how to get rid of sugar ants in the house that I am in a minority of UK born people how to get rid of sugar ants in the house – I speak another language – actually I speak 3 european languages so how many skills how to get rid of sugar ants in the house would you like me to have to be considered educated.

The post was meant to demonstrate the fact that this how to get rid of sugar ants in the house panacea of free movement of people was tilted very much how to get rid of sugar ants in the house in favour of countries new to the EU and that how to get rid of sugar ants in the house we in the UK have benefited very little from it. Some would say that this wholesale migration into the uk how to get rid of sugar ants in the house has been the prime cause of keeping wages low. I have no issue with any qualified person, romanian or otherwise, wanting to contribute his skills to our country. This is in no way different from what is currently how to get rid of sugar ants in the house being proposed – immigration to be permitted on whether the skill that the how to get rid of sugar ants in the house migrant possesses is in short supply and cannot be filled how to get rid of sugar ants in the house by people already here. As for my lack of skills I can honestly say how to get rid of sugar ants in the house that I am in a minority of UK born people how to get rid of sugar ants in the house – I speak another language – actually I speak 3 european languages so how many skills how to get rid of sugar ants in the house would you like me to have to be considered educated.

So let’s say we get rid of free movement tomorrow and how to get rid of sugar ants in the house as a result the share of eastern european workers in how to get rid of sugar ants in the house lower skilled employment gradually decreases. So far so good from the brexiteer perspective. Now, at this stage, employers are faced with the issue whereby they need to how to get rid of sugar ants in the house attract british workers into jobs that previously they found unattractive how to get rid of sugar ants in the house due to particular conditions of employment in the lower skilled how to get rid of sugar ants in the house sector or indeed salary. So in an effort to maintain a workforce they raise how to get rid of sugar ants in the house wages and invest more in making the working conditions more how to get rid of sugar ants in the house attractive. Marvellous.

So far this all sounds really great. But then, if employers are raising wages and investing more in conditions, then what are the practical effects of this? Money of course doesn’t grow on trees so the money to increase spending how to get rid of sugar ants in the house on staff has to be generated elsewhere or appropriated from how to get rid of sugar ants in the house a different area of the business. In other words, the business has now become more expensive to run and how to get rid of sugar ants in the house so the answer to that, in most cases, is one or multiple of the following: (a) raise prices so that the consumer effectively foots the bill how to get rid of sugar ants in the house or (b) cut staff or (c) revise growth plans to be much more conservative — i.E. Less ambitious and less competitive.

Ultimately, you end up with the scenario the brexiteers seem to how to get rid of sugar ants in the house aspire towards : british jobs for british workers, and higher wages. Wonderful. But at the same time you also get increased prices, less job openings and the stifling of competitiveness. Couple that with the devaluation of the sterling and I how to get rid of sugar ants in the house fail to see how the ordinary british person comes out how to get rid of sugar ants in the house the other end of this process with their lives having how to get rid of sugar ants in the house been improved by brexit. It’s the risk of losing much in the name of how to get rid of sugar ants in the house a negligible victory.

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