a UK consensus
The figures are from the official UK Census, not 'a consensus'.
Your assumption that there are small numbers of Polish students in the UK is wrong.
That's not an assumption. That's a statistic and it refers to third level studies.
90% of graduates from IB will study outside of Poland
Source? - other than assumption based on personal experience, because if you can provide evidence other than ancedotal, that's a very interesting stat.
This thread has been started by a Danish small business owner who is doing research in order to build a profile
No. It was started to advertise a job. The very title of the thread is 'Work in Denmark. Do you want it?' He then goes on to state quite clearly that he may have an opening for someone suitable.
The very point of freedom of movement within the EU is for EU residents to have the option to offer their services in any of the EU 28.
We're not talking about a resident offering their services. It's about an EU employer seeking someone to perform services. Quite a different matter. Obviously if I go to another EU country seeking work, I will be offering my services and it's my decision as to what salary I will accept. However, it would make a nonsense of each country's labour laws if they changed them according to which nationality they're employing. I don't think the idea of freedom of movement is that an EU employer will pay different salaries to their work force determined by their nationality. By your reasoning French, Polish, German, Dutch, doing the same job in the same company in Denmark, would be paid no more than the equivalent of their local salary at home?
The poor chap has been made out to an exploiter of Poles
I don't think he's an exploiter of Poles. He may be a very nice, decent guy and a good employer. His attitude simply reflects the fact that people still expect to get Poles cheaper than locals. Why seek a Pole otherwise? According to your own theory, only those Poles who can't succeed in Poland go abroad, so why would another EU employer be actively seeking inferior candidates who don't even speak the local language. He's looking for a Pole because they have a reputation for being reasonably skilled and hard working and many of them now speak enough English to manage in their job and he thinks they'll take lower pay because it will still be better than they'd earn in Poland. That was certainly the case ten years ago, but far less so now. Doesn't mean that the man is a monster, just that he's following an accepted business model which is becoming a bit out-dated.
the liberal lefties
you wantLiberal lefty
? Lefty dear,who dear, me dear, no dear. How VERY dare you? Can't abide all that Arts Council grants for black, lesbian, midgets type of nonsense.