- it sounds very weird that the UK would cut your benefits if you have 16k of assets. I don't think that is right, so you should be entitled to UK unemployment benefit and maybe child benefit too
its 16k, they don't give a monkeys uncle about anything else if you are putting in a new application for benefits in the UK.
As for those who own property in Poland claiming in the UK, the benefits office was more than willing to send people to Poland to check the value of the properties we were told when we tried to claim.
We only got child benefit and 6 months contributions JSA
Our bills were 1200 after cutting everything down and income was 600 so do you really think when we finish our savings we going to get benefits when we still have a asset over 16k in Poland?
Since we are forced into this situation and I think its fair someone else pays for their mistakes.
If you have got a bad deal then you have made a bad choice.
How does the victims make a bad choice in your opinion?
If someone shoots a man in the street, was it the the mans fault for walking in the street? Is this what your saying?
Sorry but we did our homework here, everything check out fine, that included people who also purchased there, every buyer does not understand why the developer is sitting on his hands on this building but continues with other projects, and were is the Polish government law developer protection in this? Did the polish government not bring out all these laws to protect investors? So why attract investors and then go around pretending its their own fault?
As for jobs, sorry but if there is English speaking companies and qualified people for them, then UK people should also be entitled to work in these companies and be your boss if the position exists or work mate, not just brush it under the carpet and employ only local. If this happens in the UK you would have 1 million polish out of work heading back to compete for every job. You don't, so I do expect some professionalism, if the job is available I do expect to have equal opportunities.