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    “This is creating significant recruitment challenges in sectors that have historically relied on non-UK labour to fill roles,” he said. “With skills and labour shortages set to continue, there’s a risk that many vacancies will be left unfilled which could act as a brake on output growth in the UK in the years ahead.”

    but then goes onto say...

    "EU workers provided “an essential reservoir of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour”

    So to be honest your not looking for skilled labour it's just a source of cheap labour you are looking for
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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper View Post
    Alas, bog cleaning isn't one of those industries which can be outsourced to the Philippines.

    I don't think there is more uncertainty around the right to work here, because a) non-EU nationals are here and Brexit is nowt to do with that and b) it is inconceivable we'll send our EU originated workforce home. .
    Read the article. The article suggests EU nationals are choosing not to stay because of the uncertainly. You'll not get a chance to through them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post


    And as this prominent Remainer stated last year, a drop in eu migration will result in companies having to recruit locally and raise wages.
    And this is a problem in what way?

    No problem in it at all. However knowing capitalist Britain as I do, there's no business without profit. So one of two things is going to happen 1) Prices will sky rocket. 2) Prices will sky rocket with boosters attached.

    Prepare yourself for a drop in living stands that'll make 1970's Britain seem like the future. Prawn cocktail anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Prepare yourself for a drop in living stands that'll make 1970's Britain seem like the future.
    Can you expand on this? What, in concrete terms, do you mean? No food or heating, or just not quite as nice a car and holiday*?

    *Subject to you being right of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    No problem in it at all. However knowing capitalist Britain as I do, there's no business without profit. So one of two things is going to happen 1) Prices will sky rocket. 2) Prices will sky rocket with boosters attached.

    Prepare yourself for a drop in living stands that'll make 1970's Britain seem like the future. Prawn cocktail anyone?


    Comedy gold.

    70s Britain was about union power screwing capitalism over. With that out of the way, capitalism can be given a chance to thrive. If you donate to charity, you make someone feel inferior, less fortunate and dependent on the next handout. If you buy a nice car, you're giving people work and a sense of pride in the provision of it. Capitalism works much better because it inspires people to work, gives them a sense of pride and achievement and rewards betterment of oneself. Socialism encourages a handout culture where only those that want to actually work and are expected to support the rest, resulting in Bliar's entitled generation that you see today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Equalizer View Post
    Can you expand on this? What, in concrete terms, do you mean? No food or heating, or just not quite as nice a car and holiday*?

    *Subject to you being right of course.
    The cost of imports (whether raw materials, finished goods, or cheap EU labour for food packaging the like) increases at a rate faster than employers are willing to increase wages. The evidence for this is already on the wall, in real terms wages have not increased in the last 8 years. The only way spending can be maintained is to borrow. The end station is not pretty. It is better to accept a drop in living standards instead. Which is probably what the Tories want anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LondonManc View Post


    Comedy gold.

    70s Britain was about union power screwing capitalism over. With that out of the way, capitalism can be given a chance to thrive. If you donate to charity, you make someone feel inferior, less fortunate and dependent on the next handout. If you buy a nice car, you're giving people work and a sense of pride in the provision of it. Capitalism works much better because it inspires people to work, gives them a sense of pride and achievement and rewards betterment of oneself. Socialism encourages a handout culture where only those that want to actually work and are expected to support the rest, resulting in Bliar's entitled generation that you see today.

    So when is the UK going to call in the IMF this time? Time to press the reset button...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    The cost of imports (whether raw materials, finished goods, or cheap EU labour for food packaging the like) increases at a rate faster than employers are willing to increase wages. The evidence for this is already on the wall, in real terms wages have not increased in the last 8 years. The only way spending can be maintained is to borrow. The end station is not pretty. It is better to accept a drop in living standards instead. Which is probably what the Tories want anyway.
    So we'll not got to worry about freezing to death yet and not do all the food shopping in M&S. Anyway, according to you Sterling would be at parity with the Euro by Christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    So when is the UK going to call in the IMF this time? Time to press the reset button...
    Cheer up Germany has lots of new cheap labour thanks to Merkel.
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    Hopefully all the British working abroad will not be allowed home.
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