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How will BREXIT affect the immigrants in UK and Poland.


dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #211
I think the 850,000 or so of poles in the UK will continue to send money home, they will be not be removed from the UK, also given the two year timeline you will find that many more poles will go to the UK before the deadline , I could easily see another 1m poles in the UK.

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As for Scotland apart from oil (Which will be gone in 20 years) they make no real financial contribution to the UK.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,711    
28 Jun 2016  #212
@ dolnoslask
not sure, think a lot of financial services (eg Scottish Widows, Bank of Scotland,) are based there.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #213
Good point Roz, but don't forget they will have to pick up their share of the national debt, which is about 100,000

But, Just think if Scotland picked up the London banking sector which is 35% of UK GDP, Wow.

Brexit = the UK is doomed they are all doomed
mafketis 16 | 6,197    
28 Jun 2016  #214
Just think if Scotland picked up the London banking sector which is 35% of UK GDP, Wow.

And then if rainbow unicorns with wings started flying around and giving everybody ponies! Wouldn't that be wonderful?
peterweg 36 | 2,325    
28 Jun 2016  #215
But, Just think if Scotland picked up the London banking sector which is 35% of UK GDP, Wow.

More like 22%. France and Germany are expecting a jobs banaza as companies migrate to the EU. Bus its not just banking, other services may have to move.
gregy741 3 | 1,116    
28 Jun 2016  #216
But, Just think if Scotland picked up the London banking sector which is 35% of UK GDP, Wow.

financial sector make up 75% of Britain GDP.Britain needs very good negotiating team to make sure EU dont restrict Britain financial sector operating in the Otherwise it will be bad for Britain,very bad. banks will move to EU or even switzerland if they get better conditions.

Britain will gonna have to waive off even more tax to banks to keep them in London.but Sadiq Khan want to increase taxation of financial sector in order to pay for his promises such as freezing transport fares ect.and now hes demanding more autonomy for London.crazy
dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #217
"Otherwise it will be bad for Britain,very bad. banks will move to EU"

Father forgive them as they do not know what they have done.
iwonadem - | 14    
28 Jun 2016  #218
As side effect It would also hit other businesses - building industry, all coffee shops, restaurants, hotels,various services....

Just lots of 'disposable cash' would move abroad.
nothanks - | 667    
28 Jun 2016  #219
Father forgive them as they do not know what they have done.

If there were a revote, LEAVE would win by an even larger margin today after seeing the leaked "superstate" reports.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #220
It would also hit other businesses -, all coffee shops.

Nightmare for the average London hipster, there will be riots in the street.

"Just lots of 'disposable cash' would move abroad"

I am doings so as we speak.
Dougpol1 26 | 2,118    
28 Jun 2016  #221
If there were a revote, LEAVE would win by an even larger margin today after seeing the leaked "superstate" reports.

I doubt that very much. The UK was already outside Schengen, and was treated as a special case.

I am doings so as we speak.

A very good idea Dolno. I wasn't panicking up to now, but let's all remove our assets where we can, and screw the UK. And no, I'm not being sarcastic.

This market bounce is temporary I fear. I can smell the bears' breath.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #222
nothanks are you British? , are you ready for years of real hard graft and austerity that will be required to dig Britain out of this hole , if so I salute you sir.
Dougpol1 26 | 2,118    
28 Jun 2016  #223
nothanks

As British as Goebbels was.
dolnoslask 5 | 2,143    
28 Jun 2016  #224
This market bounce is temporary I fear. I can smell the bears' breath.

More like dead cat bounce,

Doug, the people I have spoken to in my old world of working in manufacturing is, that part of their heart would say stuff the EU bureaucrats but he real realty is that Britain is no longer in any state to dictate terms, orders are already being lost because EU buyers have got the hump over Brexit and it is only going to get worse.
nothanks - | 667    
28 Jun 2016  #225
nothanks are you British? , are you ready for years of real hard graft and austerity that will be required to dig Britain out of this hole , if so I salute you sir.

I am not British. Britain would have been forced to shoulder much of recession and migrant crisis loads anyway.
Dougpol1 26 | 2,118    
28 Jun 2016  #226
Britain would have been forced to shoulder much of recession and migrant crisis loads anyway.

Rubbish. Britain is the second highest aid contributor worldwide, and was allowed by the EU to be treated as a special case as such. Poland on the other hand, has contributed to the square root of FootballAssociation. Also known as bugger all. Because they are racist and anti-humanitarian.

If you have to comment, at least read up on the facts.
nothanks - | 667    
28 Jun 2016  #227
? That's exactly what I said. Are you disagreeing with my use of the term "forced" and instead feel England would willingly do it
Dougpol1 26 | 2,118    
29 Jun 2016  #228
That is not what you said. You suggested that the EU could have "forced" the UK to take migrants. If you are talking about refugees, then no.

If you are talking about people from other EU countries - they are not "migrants" LOL. They are peoples who are allowed to travel and live where they want to under European Union rules.

And Brexit will not be able to stop that, if the UK wants access to the Single Market. It is clear that the EU holds all the cards and the new Prime Minister will have to grovel. She should be good at that, after apologising for her husband's misplaced business dealings.
Tictactoe    
29 Jun 2016  #229
Seems Juncker is going to force 8 countries who were supposed to be using the Euro but arent, to use it, by force !!.
Dougpol1 26 | 2,118    
29 Jun 2016  #230
going to force 8 countries who were supposed to be using the Euro but arent, to use it, by force !!.

Source?

Anyway , Slowakia has survived. And good riddance to the Polish currency dealers who make a living at, what for the rest of us, is uncertainty and a widely fluctuating zloty.
TheOther 5 | 3,539    :-(
29 Jun 2016  #231
UK wants access to the Single Market. It is clear that the EU holds all the cards

Although it looks as if the UK is trying the old "Divide and Conquer" stunt again. The tabloids rave about the Danes, the Dutch, the Swedish and the French supposedly wanting out of the EU. They hope that Britain will wait with the exit until other countries in the EU follow their lead. Seems the leading political class in Britain is out to destroy Europe (again) with their backward British Empire mentality.
nothanks - | 667    
29 Jun 2016  #232
Seems the leading political class in Britain is out to destroy Europe (again) with their backward British Empire mentality.



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Szalawa 4 | 253    
29 Jun 2016  #233
Britain is out to destroy Europe (again)

Looks like Great Britain pulled through to save Europe once again lol
TheOther 5 | 3,539    :-(
29 Jun 2016  #234
Last time you were sold to the Russians afterwards. Forgot that already? ;)
gregy741 3 | 1,116    
29 Jun 2016  #235
pulled through to save Europe once again

God protect anyone from being save by Britain.last time Poland was saved they end up being sold to Stalin like a cow.
nothanks - | 667    
29 Jun 2016  #236
Personally, I love the idea of surrendering the liberty of a national military. Surely there is noway a German ran Brussels would march troops because we "aren't cracking down on racism" or "not having democratic leadership" or "need to accept North-African refugees instead of Ukrainian"
spiritus 67 | 662    
29 Jun 2016  #237
No clear understanding of a transition plan on one hand and from the other camp no indication on what the EU future direction might look like.

Completely agree with you !!!!!

I voted to remain although I sympathise with some of the concerns of the Brexit supporters. I ended up choosing to ignore the hyperbole and focus on the facts and soon realised that the Brexit campaigners had zero facts they could offer as they didn't know what would happen if we left the EU. Sadly, my fellow Brits were all too happy to vote for the country to leap into the darkness

I don't think many politicians involved in the campaign have done themselves proud. The Leave campaign persuading the electorate that everything will be better and not afraid to use Immigration as their trump card in order to win the votes. Cameron trying to play down fears that Turkey will be assured of EU membership soon but when I read his speeches from 3-4 years ago he was very clear that he wants Turkey to join as soon as possible.

I fear for the future. Our leaders cannot try to legitimise racism and then put that genie back in the bottle once it has served it's purpose and yet the paradox is that we REALLY needed an open and frank debate on immigration. I'm not sure that can happen now.

There are wider implications as we seem to be moving towards an era where the electorate are tired of the old political establishment and are prepared to support populist and nationalistic politicians like Farage and Trump.

The UK deserves what it gets by ignoring the aggressive growth of Islamic culture in the country and venting those frustration on white European migrants instead.

What parliament wants is irrelevant. There was a referendum.

Wrong actually. A referendum has no statutory power. It is basically like a big opinion poll. Parliament could choose to ignore the results...........though that could be political suicide. It's not impossible though.
TheOther 5 | 3,539    :-(
29 Jun 2016  #238
not afraid to use Immigration as their trump card in order to win the votes

The biggest joke is that it was the U.K. which was the greatest advocate of EU enlargement to the east, and that it was the Tony Blair who decided to lift border controls for Central/Eastern European immigrants. Now they have the audacity to complain about immigration and foreigners taking away British jobs. Clowns.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,711    
29 Jun 2016  #239
yes mass immigration was introduced by TB and GB, how does that mean that nobody has the right to question it?
Clown.
TheOther 5 | 3,539    :-(
29 Jun 2016  #240
how does that mean that nobody has the right to question it?

Of course you can question it, but then you should stop blaming the EU for your own faults. Clownette... ;)



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