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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    There are still some extreme inflexibilities in the way unemployment-related benefits work that make it hard for jobless people to take short and seasonal work, even though this would assist the economy and government spending. An example is that housing benefit and mortgage interest support don't restart quickly enough after a short sign off to make it worth doing.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    He was arguing about it being a barrier. It is.
    If 91% are made in country, then where do you think they came from as their point of entry?
    I suspect the most common port of entry will be Heathrow.

    If you exclude the war zones, there is a very strong correlation between the nationality of overstayers and that of asylum seekers.
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    (Original post by FredOrJohn)
    But that means 10s of thousands of camp dwellers in kent
    Or the end of Euro Tunnel.

    When you voted Brexit did you know this?

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016...ding-french-p/
    Couple of things here it has already been said that this agreement is separate from the European Union and the French president has already said it won't change.

    If it did we can simply refuse them entry to the uk and return them as we know what the migrants exit country was - France.




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    I suspect the most common port of entry will be Heathrow.

    If you exclude the war zones, there is a very strong correlation between the nationality of overstayers and that of asylum seekers.
    You got some links?

    Ive seen data showing where the countru of origin is.

    Just to state again im not bothered about Calais. I miight be if I lived in Kent.
    The only point of interests for me is whether the French might pass the problem onto the UK by ending the Le Touquet agreement. Hollande wont be inoffice for much longer and the chap said Marie Le Pen was going to win .

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7118511.html

    The previous chap was insisting they would not/ could not and it being illegal etc.
    Something I disputed as well as his version of how asylum seeking the 51 UN converntion and Dublin rules work.. All very dull really.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You got some links?

    Ive seen data showing where the countru of origin is.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...visa-not-lorry

    but completely statistic free

    https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...73_Annex_A.pdf

    I can't find any data since 2013

    http://www.migrationobservatory.ox.a...igration_0.pdf

    Best info I think

    I am struggling to find anything on the path from overstaying to asylum seeking.
    The current big increase in asylum seeking may not be real. The government has eliminated appeals in many immigration cases and so advisers are tagging on human rights/asylum claims in order to have a right of appeal.

    In the year to May 2016 only one person demanded asylum from the Castro Brothers in Cuba whist 7 wanted it from the oppressive Elizabeth Windsor, ruler of St Lucia. More people seek political asylum from Jamaica than from Algeria.
 
 
 
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