At least Labour and their Trade Union masters have been consistent, if not also inconsistent, as regards labour matters and immigration for the last 60 odd years. On the one hand they preach workers’ rights and their God given right and responsibility for looking after UK workers interests, whilst at the same time not only condoning but also openly supporting immigration creating an ever increasing over supply of ever cheaper labour, driving down their wages and conditions of employment. They have directly supported large sections of British Industry, enabling them to survive and not going out of business by using such available cheap labour instead of being commercially forced to invest and trade with continuously trained limited UK labour available to increase skill levels, increase competitiveness and increase productivity and with significantly higher wages for their workers. For years we should have been producing very much more by way of products and services, in both public services and private industry, with decreasing numbers of ever higher skilled workers who would have been paid more, reducing UK plc’s tax and welfare costs bill overheads.Labour and other Left Wing Parties with their doctrines will never survive in an open democratic and commercial world. Neither will they be able to properly serve working people!I’m undecided whether this woman is either pig ignorant as regards any matters social and commercial or is simply a hypocrite! I suspect very largely both.Please also note the Labour Party’s stance on Brexit regarding such labour matters and looking after UK workers’ interests as explained today by the Shadow Minister responsible for Brexit policies. Post Brexit, a Labour Party government, (and I am not joking!) will maintain open borders for EU member state citizen workers provided they have a confirmed job to go to! Just imagine, if this event happened, there would be a stampede of agents going out to the EU for cheap East and Southern EU country labour with pro forma contracts for signature.
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