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How the EU is making a successful Brexit Difficult

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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    They have a two round voting system which while developed to get rid of extreme candidates early on doesn't always work that way.
    Indeed, so the First Round is a better guage of how the French are thinking.

    21.3% voted Le Pen in the first round. Compare that to 12.7% voting UKIP in the UK in GE2015 and yet 52% support for leaving the EU.

    There are the pro-EU who see this as a good thing! More EU is not the answer, it will only guide fence sitters towards the extreme candidates.
    Taking a break from contracting

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      Originally posted by vetran View Post
      There's a shortage of engineers willing to work for half the pay of the guys in marketing at the same company. It's not a shortage of skilled people but rather a shortage of people willing to do what they're trained for at rates that companies want to pay.

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        Originally posted by Smartie View Post
        There's a shortage of engineers willing to work for half the pay of the guys in marketing at the same company. It's not a shortage of skilled people but rather a shortage of people willing to do what they're trained for at rates that companies want to pay.
        Retrain as marketing, double your fees, simples!

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          Originally posted by chopper View Post
          Indeed, so the First Round is a better guage of how the French are thinking.

          21.3% voted Le Pen in the first round. Compare that to 12.7% voting UKIP in the UK in GE2015 and yet 52% support for leaving the EU.

          There are the pro-EU who see this as a good thing! More EU is not the answer, it will only guide fence sitters towards the extreme candidates.
          Don't forget Melenchon who got 19% and was anti EU and globalisation.
          http://www.cih.org/news-article/disp...housing_market

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            Originally posted by Smartie View Post
            There's a shortage of engineers willing to work for half the pay of the guys in marketing at the same company. It's not a shortage of skilled people but rather a shortage of people willing to do what they're trained for at rates that companies want to pay.
            you mean we shouldn't employ cheap imports like we have for decades?
            "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

            I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

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              Originally posted by northernladyuk View Post
              And you are the idiot feckless relative who is always out of work and who turns up uninvited at family events to make poor quality racist jokes and leer drunkenly at your nieces.
              pass me another ciggie and a can of cider out of the fridge please love.

              don't forget the ice.

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                Originally posted by Smartie View Post
                There's a shortage of engineers willing to work for half the pay of the guys in marketing at the same company. It's not a shortage of skilled people but rather a shortage of people willing to do what they're trained for at rates that companies want to pay.
                These companies operate in a global market, if there are jobs are on offer with low pay, that's because the company is sh*te, simply taking people out of the market won't change that, the company will simply close or move.

                It's called "productivity".
                I'm alright Jack

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