- Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:00 pm
I agree totally with those two points.
I came from a home with no bathroom, just a two up two down, which anyone in the UK would not even consider living in.
There are across the city I spend half my year in, a considerable amount of brownfield sites and the urbanisation of the countryside would be a national scandal and would be a deplorable heritage to leave to those that will come after we are long gone.
Housing is a national crisis along with the NHS and Education. Hence my fervent backing to leave the EUSSR and stop paying a net amount of approx. £8 billion, when that money could and should be spent here to alleviate these crises.
[b]You present good arguments but they are wasted on me, as I just don’t think the Brexit you guys want is going to happen, and so you are not going to sway me. I’m well aware of the impacts of undercutting, I deal with it every day of my life here, but I have seen how it affects wages in the uk too, but I can’t see a mass exodus of polish builders happening, and yes I would like to see more control on immigration and the handout system that seems to attract many.
[/i]I do not advocate a mass exodus of any EU WORKERS from the UK, but what I do advocate and support is a robust control of unskilled people coming to the UK and expecting to receive all the same benefits without having made any or hardly any contributions to the exchequer.
What I don’t understand from you kinchy, is how you are atacking the very foundation of the politics you support to win this argument, the beloved free market economy, are you suggesting that post Brexit we won’t use polish trucks and drivers and that employers will be falling all over themselves to pay Brit drivers more, come on mate we are trying to attain friction free trading with europe, and the rest of the world, nothing is going to change, people in the uk want to import cheap gear and services to make a huge profit in the uk, they don’t want to pay Brits to build better quality gear or provide quality service because there is not enough in it for them. Look at the past when Britain was ruling the world, did they share the wealth? I don’t think so.
I refer to Sheff Blades comments on this point.
I agree that immigration puts a huge pressure on the nhs education and housing and for that reason I think it should be controlled and the countryside should be urbanized now to deal with the huge underinvestment of the past. More houses more clinics, I’m not bothered about anyone’s view or property value, I think it’s time that you guys agreed that no one knows what they voted for and just wait and see what we ultimately accept, I hope it resembles what you guys wished for, but I can’t see it
You think its time we agreed that those voting Leave did NOT know what they were voting for?
That really is an incredibly patronising comment and could be asked to the 48% that voted to stay, but I have not yet heard anyone ask them, apart from the has been politicians aka Bliar, Clegg Cable Mandelsohn, Soubry - all supported by George Soros.