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  • darmstadt
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    EU nationals out by the looks of it, hard Brexit it is:




    Really? Wirklich wirklich? Mist!

    This is no good.
    Who knows? This was just a motion by the opposition but it does show the general feeling to foreigners in the UK though...

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  • scooterscot
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    [QUOTE=darmstadt;2322689]EU nationals out by the looks of it, hard Brexit it is:




    Really? Wirklich wirklich? Mist!

    This is no good.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by Old Greg View Post
    What's the impact factor of the scientific peer reviewed journal that this study was published in?
    The BDA didn't say it wouldn't work just that in their opinion was it was intrusive.

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by darmstadt View Post
    EU nationals out by the looks of it, hard Brexit it is:




    maybe its part of the response to the tough stance strategy we have seen from the EU?

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  • shaunbhoy
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    Originally posted by Old Greg View Post
    What's the impact factor of the scientific peer reviewed journal that this study was published in?
    What does the Grauniad have to say about it OG?

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  • Old Greg
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    The British Dental Association has suggested that verifying the ages of migrant children by their teeth would be ‘unethical’. But as Emma Louise Ashord, 37, a dental nurse, had told me in the Dover Priory pub opposite Dover station the night before I arrived in Calais, ‘We get loads of them in the surgery who say they’re 16 but they’re more like 30. They’ve all got wisdom teeth.’
    What's the impact factor of the scientific peer reviewed journal that this study was published in?

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  • darmstadt
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    EU nationals out by the looks of it, hard Brexit it is:

    MPs vote against the Opposition Motion on the rights of EU nationals by 293 to 250

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  • darmstadt
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    Who's going to pick the fruit? How much is grown in the UK so won't the price be too high to import? Just reading a Brexit newspaper and this popped up: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/200966...s-post-brexit/

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  • darmstadt
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    Originally posted by _V_ View Post
    Looking at teeth is intrusive? Pathetic.
    Yeah, but the right wingers want to do it like this....

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  • _V_
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    Originally posted by DodgyAgent View Post
    The Calais Jungle 'child refugee' conundrum | Coffee House

    Many – especially if French and right-wing – or British and left-wing – insist: Britain has a moral obligation to take in not only those unaccompanied children but everyone else in the Jungle as well – up to 10,000 in total – just because they want to come to Britain.

    Britain does not. It has no moral – let alone legal – obligation even to take in unaccompanied children without British links from the Jungle let alone adult migrants, even if real refugees. France does.

    I agree with the Calais migrants. France is the pits: not much work and no automatic welfare (once granted refugee status); diabolical restaurant food; and the populace permanently pissed off. But France is supposed to be a civilised country nevertheless and is not some war-torn hell-hole or dictatorship. And France has allowed the Jungle to exist.

    Britain’s only obligation is to those unaccompanied children with a British family connection who have applied for asylum in Britain. If they are children. Yet in the year to September 2015, two-thirds of child asylum seekers in Britain whose age was disputed by officials – according to latest Home Office figures – were found to be adults.

    The British Dental Association has suggested that verifying the ages of migrant children by their teeth would be ‘unethical’. But as Emma Louise Ashord, 37, a dental nurse, had told me in the Dover Priory pub opposite Dover station the night before I arrived in Calais, ‘We get loads of them in the surgery who say they’re 16 but they’re more like 30. They’ve all got wisdom teeth.’

    So if looking at the faces is not enough, just check the teeth, which the Home Office won’t because it is ‘intrusive’. How many more would have been rumbled if it had?
    Looking at teeth is intrusive? Pathetic.

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