An interesting observation from Burrababa regarding immigration, and lets be frank the Leave vote was a massive NO to further uncontrolled immigration from the EUSSR.
Millions of the Leave voters were constituents of strong Labour seats who had seen their communities as being in the process of being changed into Eastern European ghettoes.
Think about it--Many Remain supporters appear to be championing the cause of immigrants and low paid workers and getting a better deal for low skilled people in the UK to take them out of poverty---and believe that Brexit would be bad and aggravate poverty--------
An interesting speech from "Sir" sell off the Royal Mail Vince Cable"
Vince Cable April 3rd 2017
Speaking at a conference hosted by the UK in a Changing Europe thinktank in Westminster, the ex-Liberal Democrat minister said: “My views are a bit out of line with a lot of the other Remainers because I have almost taken the view that politically there is no alternative but to try and reassure the public that immigration is being managed.
“You can't sustain the present system where migration from outside the EU is quite tightly controlled - often harshly controlled - and you have completely unrestricted migration from Poland and Romania.
“I just don't see politically how you can possibly sustain that.”
So the costs of this uncontrolled flow of people from the EUSSR, will continually cause stress upon the NHS, Housing Education as well as causing a rising tide of ,one might almsot say "hatred" of mainly Eastern European immigrants.
Kev, you say that wages are not good enough . Then let me give you a real and accurate example of how EUSSR migrants actually brought down wages.
A major competitor of my empolyers in International transport by road had a very large fleet of trucks delivering right across Europe and Scandinavia.
Their drivers ( all very professional) were at that time earning around £16 - £18 per hour.
The company then decided that profit could be increased by employing Estonian drivers for £10 per hour and got rid of 50% of their fleet ( a substantial amount of trucks) and bought and registered trucks in Poland, which was far cheaper then the costs in the UK.
Thus a very lage amount of cash was saved but many HGV drivers on their fleet lost their jobs.
You want to save us leaving the EUSSR - there will be more of this undercutting if we (God forbid) do stay when Junckers dream of six more poor Eastern states join the "club". Oh and by the way, if we stay in then we would have to pay to build their motorways so that the horse and carts might move quicker]