to build houses to import moreimmigrants
well it is one way of kick starting the building industry I suppose
very articulate and great English and got a sympathetic reception from John Murray
As I have quoted the source, I can copy the entire text from Gazeta That is not the rule.
"Poles in Ireland. I love you, unemployment."
Written by Katarzyna Brejwo
Published in Gazeta Wyborcza
The sound of the ocean
It's six o'clock in the morning and we're walking in complete darkness through a golf course.
I travelled to Ireland to see what life is like for Polish people who've lost their jobs. I thought that when you're unemployed at least you don't have to jump out of bed so early in the morning, but no such luck.
Magda (36 years old, almost 2 years on unemployment benefits in Ireland): "I always start my days in the same way: I go down to the beach to see the sunrise. It sets me up for the rest of the day. I used to sleep until noon, but now I don't want to waste my life."
The nerves were getting to her, she had no regrets leaving her job.
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