EU Expasion = More competitive Britain

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sergio Delor
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As you probably already know the EU expansion gives milllions of Eastern europeans a chance to come england without the home office on there backs and have more oppertunities. As they may come from poor backgrounds they will work extremely hard and get into top uni's. Which will then leave the lazy british lot jobless. What are your thoughts?
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(Original post by sergio Delor)
As you probably already know the EU expansion gives milllions of Eastern europeans a chance to come england without the home office on there backs and have more oppertunities. As they may come from poor backgrounds they will work extremely hard and get into top uni's. Which will then leave the lazy british lot jobless. What are your thoughts?
bullcrap, they have no secondary education in the commie countries, good luck to them getting in. even if they do, all the more money for england
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bullcrap, they have no secondary education in the commie countries, good luck to them getting in. even if they do, all the more money for england
More money for england but less jobs for the people who have lived in england for a long time. There will be more competition everywhere.
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But competition is wonderful.
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(Original post by sergio Delor)
More money for england but less jobs for the people who have lived in england for a long time. There will be more competition everywhere.
I'm not seeing the problem...
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bullcrap, they have no secondary education in the commie countries,
where's your evidence of that?
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Entry for 2005 will be very high - EU people will be applying and fewer people will be making deferred entries to avoid top-up fees in 2006.
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[QUOTE=Lord Huntroyde]Entry for 2005 will be very high - EU people will be applying and fewer people will be making deferred entries to avoid top-up fees in 2006.[/QUOTE

Thats very true. How come you seem to know a lot about everything Lord Huntroyde. How old are you? Are you really a lord?
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
Entry for 2005 will be very high - EU people will be applying and fewer people will be making deferred entries to avoid top-up fees in 2006.
Actually, despite these factors, they're not expecting numbers to increase that significantly.
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Thats very true. How come you seem to know a lot about everything Lord Huntroyde.
I know all

(Original post by sergio Delor)
How old are you?
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(Original post by sergio Delor)
Are you really a lord?
no
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sergio Delor
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
I know all


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no

What subjects are you studying in gsce's or As levels?
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bullcrap, they have no secondary education in the commie countries, good luck to them getting in. even if they do, all the more money for england
money is being poured into the newly joined countries.... vast amounts...
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(Original post by sergio Delor)
What subjects are you studying in gsce's or As levels?
At GCSE (for 2004):

English Language
English Literature
Maths
Dual Award Science
French
History
Latin
Geography
ICT

At AS Level (for 2005):

English Literature
French
History
Politics
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sergio Delor
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
At GCSE (for 2004):

English Language
English Literature
Maths
Dual Award Science
French
History
Latin
Geography
ICT

At AS Level (for 2005):

English Literature
French
History
Politics
You go to a private school rite?
What du wanna do wen ur older?
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Im pretty much ok with getting more of the eastern workers in.

Mainly because people who do jobs such as decorating, plumbing, building can charge way more than they are really worth AND you can't get someone to do the work when you need it. Some builders etc are fully booked for months. I reckon there are plenty of jobs to go around.

They aren't all low skilled either, there are plenty of doctors and nurses, teachers etc that we just don't have enough of.
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Im pretty much ok with getting more of the eastern workers in.

Mainly because people who do jobs such as decorating, plumbing, building can charge way more than they are really worth AND you can't get someone to do the work when you need it. Some builders etc are fully booked for months. I reckon there are plenty of jobs to go around.

They aren't all low skilled either, there are plenty of doctors and nurses, teachers etc that we just don't have enough of.
Eastern european construction workers? Have you seen the quality of construction in Eastern Europe/Russia. Absolute ****!

I've had the displeasure of working alongside Ukrainian bricklaying gangs many several times over the past 5 or so years. Jokers. Their work is shoddy to say the least. And that's when they can be assed to show up and perform or are even sober enough to make it to site. To be honest I'd sooner have bunch of Chimpanzees working on my home.

As for cheap? Sure. But then again, you get what you pay for.
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