How can we encourage more migrants to the UK?

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How can we encourage more migrants to the UK?

We are still running a deficit we need to maximise our tax revenue so the only logical way is to increase migration to the UK!

Our most diversified cities are our most prosperous!

Should we be making the migration process easier?
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Nice try.
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Nice try.
Maybe offering grants for setting up businesses which can employ the many unemployed we have here?
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Maybe offering grants for setting up businesses which can employ the many unemployed we have here?

I think we should give them free houses and benefits. And also, because our own population doesn't have enough babies we should encourage them to have 5 children each.
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I think we should give them free houses and benefits. And also, because our own population doesn't have enough babies we should encourage them to have 5 children each.
Migrants are very hard working! they will work harder and produce more!

What more do we want? We have to compete with all other countries globally!
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Migrants are very hard working! they will work harder and produce more!

What more do we want? We have to compete with all other countries globally!
I agree! I think we should encourage them to live here by building a second channel tunnel where they can walk into Britain and not get in the way of the train.

Also, when they get to the other side we should give them a complimentary iPod and a fruit basket.
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i honestly never know when you are serious and when you are trolling. its so confusing
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I agree! I think we should encourage them to live here by building a second channel tunnel where they can walk into Britain and not get in the way of the train.

Also, when they get to the other side we should give them a complimentary iPod and a fruit basket.
But the majority come on planes from the EU? but suppose we can build a tunnel AND subsidise their air travel.
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Top effort. Put this in chat and you'd get alot of heat.
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Top effort. Put this in chat and you'd get alot of heat.
things will only heat up if we get at least 900k migrants to the UK and 51% foreign born. That's the only way the UKs economy will be saved.
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(Original post by Bill_Gates)
How can we encourage more migrants to the UK?

We are still running a deficit we need to maximise our tax revenue so the only logical way is to increase migration to the UK!

Our most diversified cities are our most prosperous!

Should we be making the migration process easier?
Only London really backs that point, Birmingham is a far worse place to live than Manchester, Bristol, Nottingham ect.. Hell, Bradford's awful.

Though as i'm fine with more migration i'd do the following..

-No more asylum seekers except special circumstances (informants in Afghanistan ect..)
-No more spousal immigration

-Allow those from non-EU nations with a GDP per capita above $30k to purchase citizenship for £10k subject to proof of no criminal record, GCSE standard English and Maths
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Only London really backs that point, Birmingham is a far worse place to live than Manchester, Bristol, Nottingham ect.. Hell, Bradford's awful.

Though as i'm fine with more migration i'd do the following..

-No more asylum seekers except special circumstances (informants in Afghanistan ect..)
-No more spousal immigration

-Allow those from non-EU nations with a GDP per capita above $30k to purchase citizenship for £10k subject to proof of no criminal record, GCSE standard English and Maths
What do you mean Birminghams far worse? what type of evidence is that?

I'm from Birmingham it's lovely!
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lol
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Maybe offering grants for setting up businesses which can employ the many unemployed we have here?
Only a moron or a person with more money than sense would start up a business in the UK in today's economic climate. In today's globalised economy with the internet available, who in their right mind is going to launch a business in the UK with high labour costs, high energy costs, lots of EU and national red tape plus endless bureaucracy, ridiculous economy damaging health and safety legislation and high taxation? On top of that, you have a country full of lazy white entitled British chavs popping out children like cans from a vending machine who would rather complain and put in a claim that they hurt their back on your premises than get on with the job at hand. Quite frankly, I'd rather start up abroad, as I have done, for the opposite of all the reasons outlined above.
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I think they should just focus on letting more muslims in and throw all the Darrens and Traceys in to the sea.
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by keeping the current policy/arrangements - they are like magnets to these ****ing immigrants (no offence to any individual immigrant - I don't blame them- I blame the system)
we are obviously a far softer touch than every other country in the EU - that's why they swarm over here
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Strong bait :lol:
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