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    WHy don't we deport them?
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    (Original post by jr0640699)
    WHy don't we deport them?
    Illegal at least until we leave. The EU will respond in kind.
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    Also: it would cause major chunks of the economy to grind to a halt.
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    (Original post by jr0640699)
    WHy don't we deport them?
    Because we are part of the EU.
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    It looks like we cannot even deport no EU migrants, even illegal ones
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    (Original post by jr0640699)
    WHy don't we deport them?
    Because it's illigal unless they have just come into the country - never worked and that has lasted 6 months.

    In practice it's also next to impossible


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    Some people might call this guy an idiot but to me he is an awesome guy who has spoken some very good logical points in this video. A very good speech:



    I believe and have faith that Brexit will pull off very well and become a success regardless of whether Leadsom or May become PM (preferably Leadsom though). We can do this.
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    Good luck with that.

    There are hundreds of thousands of British retirees that are a bigger drain on the Spanish system than unemployed EU migrants here.

    Can't wait to have some of them back.
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    (Original post by DorianGrayism)
    Good luck with that.

    There are hundreds of thousands of British retirees that are a bigger drain on the Spanish system than unemployed EU migrants here.

    Can't wait to have some of them back.
    Such a drain taking their hundreds of thousands of euros with them investing in their economy.

    Wish all our migrants did that


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    (Original post by Naveed-7)

    I believe and have faith that Brexit will pull off very well and become a success regardless of whether Leadsom or May become PM (preferably Leadsom though). We can do this.
    We? who would that be then? Boris has gone. Gove has gone. Farage was never there and now Leadsom has gone. It is almost like they know something those who voted for them don't and left someone else to clear up their sh1t.
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    (Original post by paul514)
    Such a drain taking their hundreds of thousands of euros with them investing in their economy.

    Wish all our migrants did that


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    Oh WOW "hundreds of thousands".

    I am sure that makes up for the millions that are taken out every year in healthcare and etc when they have paid zero into the tax system.

    Obviously, you use the same logic when you judge EU immigrants who pay more into the tax system and are less likely to use the NHS. :laugh::laugh:
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    (Original post by DorianGrayism)
    Oh WOW "hundreds of thousands".

    I am sure that makes up for the millions that are taken out every year in healthcare and etc when have paid zero into the tax system.

    Obviously, you use the same logic when you judge EU immigrants who pay more into the tax system and are less likely to use the NHS. :laugh::laugh:
    you know how I know you're not English?
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    (Original post by DorianGrayism)
    Oh WOW "hundreds of thousands".

    I am sure that makes up for the millions that are taken out every year in healthcare and etc when they have paid zero into the tax system.

    Obviously, you use the same logic when you judge EU immigrants who pay more into the tax system and are less likely to use the NHS. :laugh::laugh:
    Yea they retire take hundreds of thousands of euros with them to live off and buy houses. They get their pensions from the uk government and winter fuel payments to spend over there and the best you can come up with is they use their healthcare system? Well that's a bit of a fail as their residents use ours so it's cost neutral at the very least especially when it's not exactly the poorest of people who retire abroad is it


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    (Original post by paul514)
    Yea they retire take hundreds of thousands of euros with them to live off and buy houses. They get their pensions from the uk government and winter fuel payments to spend over there and the best you can come up with is they use their healthcare system?
    Lol. Living it large on the UK Government pension. That should be the next Government policy should be to invite as many pensioners over so we can get a hold of their 120 pound a week. ROFL.

    I only need to talk about Healthcare since it is very expensive. The cost of healthcare is why the retirement age was raised.

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    Well that's a bit of a fail as their residents use ours so it's cost neutral at the very least especially when it's not exactly the poorest of people who retire abroad is it

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    That is just made up. A British pensioner that pays no tax is not going to be cost neutral.

    Most of them will end up in hospital at one point or another and that will wipe out any tax benefit. On top of that, they are going to need regular Doctor checkups and etc.
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    (Original post by DorianGrayism)
    Lol. Living it large on the UK Government pension. That should be the next Government policy should be to invite as many pensioners over so we can get a hold of their 120 pound a week. ROFL.

    I only need to talk about Healthcare since it is very expensive. The cost of healthcare is why the retirement age was raised.



    That is just made up. A British pensioner that pays no tax is not going to be cost neutral.

    Most of them will end up in hospital at one point or another and that will wipe out any tax benefit. On top of that, they are going to need regular Doctor checkups and etc.
    Yep people who retire abroad are well known for not having private pensions as well.

    You fail to recognise we pay for their citizens here saving them money too.

    Common sense


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    (Original post by paul514)
    Yep people who retire abroad are well known for not having private pensions as well.

    You fail to recognise we pay for their citizens here saving them money too.

    Common sense
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    Yeh, well, you are just making things up as you are going along. First it is 120 pound a week. Now it is a private pension which you have no clue about the amount or how many get one.

    That still doesn't change the fact that they don't pay anything into the Spanish coffers and that their contribution to the economy is wiped out by a visit to the hospital for a fractured hip.

    Like I said before, there is a reason why the pension age was increased.
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    (Original post by jr0640699)
    WHy don't we deport them?
    maybe they just want to live in the UK ?
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    (Original post by gladders)
    Also: it would cause major chunks of the economy to grind to a halt.
    How? They're Unemployed.
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    (Original post by gladders)
    Also: it would cause major chunks of the economy to grind to a halt.
    He said unemployed.
 
 
 
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