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Damn you would have thought the remainers might have said something

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  • GigiBronz
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Sadly yes, but our resident slavers will appreciate that.
    you can have the most unimaginable conditions coming through, dire health and employment situations, you know like what you get during a pandemic, but if the house prices are supposed to correct even a slightly that is preposterous

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Looks like the wage increases will be wiped out by inflation.

    http://ttps://www.express.co.uk/fina...s-cash-UK-2021
    Sadly yes, but our resident slavers will appreciate that.

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  • BlasterBates
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    Looks like the wage increases will be wiped out by inflation.

    http://ttps://www.express.co.uk/fina...s-cash-UK-2021

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by ns1 View Post

    You're just making this crap up. They had to pay tax/ni before Brexit. No requirement to be employed.

    As for the pound, it's still weak. its stronger than before Brexit its weaker than before the War!

    OK I'll Admit it, I have no clue what I am posting
    FTFY

    Hmm

    https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do...tlement-scheme

    'I won't be able to stay if I make less than £30,000 per year'


    There is no employment or income requirement to apply for pre-Settled Status or Settled Status.

    In fact, you will not have been asked to declare your income or confirm you were in employment when you applied to the EU Settlement Scheme. The application only considered whether you were resident in the UK, the length of your residence in the UK, and checks if you have criminal convictions. Therefore, you should have applied even if you were unemployed, in receipt of benefits, or were in low paid employment.

    There are employment and income requirements for EU citizens who want to come and work in the UK for the first time from 01 January 2021, but this does not affect anyone who is eligible for a status under the EU Settlement Scheme or eligible joining family members. You can read more about the new immigration system on the Hub.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by MasterBates View Post

    3 million, and I wonder how many have gone home.
    Wrong as usual

    https://www.latimes.com/world-nation...post-brexit-uk
    LONDON —

    More than 6 million European Union citizens in the U.K. applied to maintain their residency before the end-of-Wednesday deadline that the British government imposed as part of the country’s departure from the bloc, officials said Friday.

    Britain’s Home Office said that of the 6.02 million people who had applied, 400,000 applications were made in the final month before the end of the EU Settlement Scheme.

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  • BlasterBates
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Pound is back to 2011 level (before Brexit vote).

    They have to get a Visa now and pay tax.

    6 million know they are hated so much they have applied for permanent residency.
    3 million, and I wonder how many have gone home.

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  • ns1
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Pound is back to 2011 level (before Brexit vote).

    They have to get a Visa now and pay tax.

    6 million know they are hated so much they have applied for permanent residency.
    You're just making this crap up. They had to pay tax/ni before Brexit.

    As for the pound, it's still weak.

    Admit it, you just don't like johnny foreigners do you?

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by Whorty View Post

    Oy, it's not that easy to quit ..... if we have to read Vetran's drivel then so do you!
    It's easy to leave- change your password to one you don't know then logout.

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  • Whorty
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    Originally posted by GigiBronz View Post

    can someone please ban me? I no longer want to come and read this nonsense every day.
    Oy, it's not that easy to quit ..... if we have to read Vetran's drivel then so do you!

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  • DealorNoDeal
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    Originally posted by vetran View Post

    Pound is back to 2011 level (before Brexit vote).
    The pound was hardly strong in 2011.

    The heyday for migrant workers was the early 2000s. Between 2000 and 2007 (prior to the GFC), the pound never fell below 1.40 and was quite often above 1.50, even briefly topping 1.70. After the GFC it settled well below 1.20.

    By 2015, it had recovered most of the lost ground and was back up around 1.40.

    The Brexit vote saw it immediately fall back to post-GFC levels well below 1.20 again.

    Click on All.
    https://www.poundsterlinglive.com/ba...GBP/GBP-to-EUR

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