Euro crisis: UK plans for rise in immigrants
The Home Office is drawing up contingency plans to cope with
a possible large increase in immigration from Greece if the euro
Home Secretary Theresa May told the Daily Telegraph "work is
ongoing" to restrict European immigration in the event of a
She said "trends" were being examined to see whether
immigration was rising from countries with stricken economies.
EU nationals are largely entitled to work anywhere in the single
If the single currency breaks up, people looking for work abroad
may see Britain as an attractive alternative as it is a
Asked whether emergency immigration controls were being
considered, Mrs May said: "It is right that we do some
contingency planning on this [and] that is work that is ongoing."
Should we pull up the drawbridge now and have done with it?
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fha772 wrote:I agree with Owelly, it's too late, they've already taken control if the fish & chip industry!!!
At any given time there are 3 chippies round my way. Two of them change hands every 6 months while the other is run by a Portugese family. They don't change hands because they are so good.
Controlled imigration is a good thing. Without it we would have a massive shortage of Doctors, no sunday shopping, no late night shopping and no curry.
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