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UK Plans Migration Crackdown


It's time to get tough on people trying to get into the country - that's according to the new immigration minister. Phil Woolas is calling for a cut in the number of migrants allowed into the UK, as Sky's David Bowden reports.



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【整理】Issue 129 ---jeanneleaf

 

In the reshuffle, the Prime Minister has put me in change of the immigration policy? Phil Woolas’ appointment as Immigration Minister ruffled a few feathers amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments would have done nothing to ease their worries. Out and about in his Oldham constituency, the minister laid out his argument/ for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scarred Oldham in 2001. I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what led to the problems in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so, in a mature way and a non-discriminatory way, informed by facts, but we have to talk about it. Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Woolas' views seem to chime.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing the right thing.

 

we can't get jobs and there is too many people, so I think, definitely, this is something required about that.

 

If you come in and made the effort to come here, then you should be working, not just to live off and feed off the benefit and everything we've got. We have worked for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming in the end, just living off benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit and restriction.

 

But immigration-support groups are concerned. The government's stance is the thin end of an unworkable wedge.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people, they are gonna have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's points-based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up and running last year, 12% fewer migrant workers would have been allowed in. The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories.

 

Education is important. If you've got a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those who are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. High earners, too, are valued. Those earning the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recession around the corner and unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs were being snapped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

 

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In the ratio form, the PM properly charged the immigration policy.

Few words are pointed to the immigration minister Phil Woolas among immigration compaignest, and his latest comments will done nothing to ease the worries.

 

Out the balcony old constituency, latest arguments for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. // is the // in 2001.

 

I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not to talk aout it is what we let the problem in my constituency 7 years ago. The less of that is the way we have to talk about it. We have to do so, you know, to mature a way, not a discriminate natrue way, //but we have to talk about it.

 

Among the voters of all, Mr. Willis’ view seem to //.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing that, I think.

 

We cannot get a job. There is too many people, so I think, definitely, there is something required about that.

 

If you coming, may the Africans come here, then you should be working, not to just live of fund feed and the benefits of everything we’ve got. We work for that. So I don’t think it’s fair enough. People should be coming to this constituency, live up benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit nervous striction.

 

The immigration reports that groups concerned the government stands the // of a workable wage.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the individual population, or the European Economic Area. And those people have to coming from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it is a point based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migrate workers. And if it has been running from last year, 12% few migrate workers would be allowed in.

 

The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrate who wants to settle permernantly in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a seriers of categories. Education is important. If you get a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a banchllor degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you’ll get nothing. Hireness, too, are valued. Those equivalent to 40’000 pounds a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recessions are around the corner, and the unemployment is rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the execration that British job would be snaped up by foreigen workers.

David Bowden, Sky News.

 

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In the racial form, the Prime Minister properly charged the immigration policy.

 

Few words are pointed to the immigration minister Phil Woolas amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments will done nothing to ease the worries.

 

 

 

Out the balcony is old constituency, the Minister laid out arguments for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race // which // in 2001.

 

 

 

I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not to talk about it is what we let the problem in my constituency 7 years ago. The less of that is the way we have to talk about it. We have to do so, you know, to mature a way, not a discriminatory way, informed by factors but we have to talk about it.

 

Among the voters of all, Mr. Willis’ view seem too chime.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing that, I think.

 

e cannot get jobs and, it’s too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that.

 

 If you coming, may the Africans come here, then you should be working, not to just live of fund feed and the benefits of everything we’ve got. We work for that. So I don’t think it’s fair enough. People should be coming to this constituency, live up benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit nervous restriction.

 

 

 

But immigration support groups are concerned the government stands is // of an unworkable wage.

 

 

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the individual population, or the European Economic Area. And those people have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

 

 

The Home Office says it‘s point based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migrate /workers/. And if it has been running /from/ last year, 12% fewer migrate workers would be allowed in.

 

 

 

The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you get a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor’s degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you’ll get nothing. Hireness, too, are valued. Those earning equivalent to 40’000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

 

 

With recessions /are/ around the corner, and an unemployment /is/ rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs would being snaped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

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“---In the ratio form the Prime Minister appointed me to judge the immigration policy”

Phil Woolas was the appointed man to the immigration minister -------------, amongst pro immigration campaigners, and his latest comments will done nothing to ease their worries. Out about his Oldham constituency, the minister Laid out his argument for curbing the number of people who allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scared Oldham in 2001.”I think we have to be as a country talk about migration, not talking about it is what led to the problem in my constituency 7 years ago, the last of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so in a mature way,  and non-discrimniartory way informed by facts but we have to talk about it”

Among the voters of Oldham, o Mr. Wood’s views, seem to chime.

“we need to know how many are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he’s doing that I think.”

“you can’t get jobs and there’s too many people, so I think definitely there is something required about that.”

if you come in, made the efforts to come here, then you should be working, not just live a fafida the benefit from everything we’ve got, we’ve work for that . So I don’t think it’s fair that people should be coming in the agency we’ve not benefit , they should be working they should be limited by any restriction

But the immigration support groups concern the government stands is the Finland of an non-worable age. “there are large number of skills in this country which we cannot fill within the indigenous population of the European economic area, and those people they get have to come in from the outside, we’re a trading nation. The Home office says its points based system similar to that using in Austrialia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been running last year, 12 percent fewer migrant workers would’ve been allowed in. The system is complex. It covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK, needs the scores of total 75 or more from a series of categories. Education is important, if you got PhD, you score 50 points, but a bachelor degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part too, the younger, the better, those who under 28 get 20 points, if you’re over 31, you get nothing. Hireness, too, are valued, those earning equivalent to 40,000 pounds or more a year, get 45 points, but less pay, means fewer points, just 5, is the lowest category.

 With recession around the corner, and unemployment rising, the government is cutely aware,that doing nothing to curb immigration, would leave it to open to the accusation that the  British jobs would being snapped up by foreign workers.

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In the racial form, the Prime Minister properly charged the immigration policy.

 

Few words are pointed to the immigration minister Phil Woolas amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments will done nothing to ease the worries.

 

Out the balcony his Oldham constituency, the Minister laid out arguments for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race               riots which scared Oldham in 2001.

 

I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what we let the problem in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that is the way we have to talk about it. We have to do so, you know, to mature way, not a discriminatory way, informed by factors but we have to talk about it.

 

Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Willis' views seem too chime.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing that, I think.

 

we cannot get jobs and, it's too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that.

 

 If you coming, may the Africans come here, then you should be working, not to just live of fund feed and the benefits of everything we've got. We work for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming to this constituency, live up benefits, they should be working, there should be limited with any restriction.

 

But immigration support groups are concerned the government's stands is  the // of an unworkable wage.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's point based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been running last year, 12% fewer migrate workers would have been allowed in.

 

The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you get a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. Hireness, too, are valued. Those earning equivalent to 40'000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recessions /are/ around the corner, and an unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs would being snaped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

 

 

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In the racial form, the Prime Minister properly charged the immigration policy.

 

Few words are pointment to the immigration minister Phil Woolas amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments will done nothing to ease their worries.

 

Out the balcony his Oldham constituency, the Minister laid out his arguments for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race               riots which scared Oldham in 2001.

 

I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what we let the problem in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that is the way we have to talk about it. We have to do so, you know, to mature way, not a discriminatory way, informed by factors but we have to talk about it.

 

Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Willis' views seem too chime.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing that, I think.

 

we cannot get jobs and, it's too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that.

 

 If you coming, may the Africans come here, then you should be working, not to just live of fund feed and the benefits of everything we've got. We work for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming to this constituency, live up benefits, they should be working, there should be limited with any restriction.

 

But immigration support groups are concerned the government's stands is  the // of an unworkable wage.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's point based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up-running last year, 12% fewer migrate workers would have been allowed in.

 

The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you get a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. Hireness, too, are valued. Those earning equivalent of 40'000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recessions /are/ around the corner, and an unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs would being snaped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

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In the reshuffle, the Prime Minister properly make change of the immigration policy?

 

Phil Woolas’ appointment as Immigration Minister ruffled a few feathers amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments would have done nothing to ease their worries.

 

Out in the belt in his Oldham constituency, the Minister laid out his argument/ for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scarred Oldham in 2001.

 

I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what led to the problems in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so, in a mature way and a non-discriminatory way, informed by facts, but we have to talk about it.

 

Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Woolas' views seem to chime.

 

We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing that I think.

 

we cannot get jobs and it’s too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that.

 

If you come in, made the effort to come here, then you should be working, not just to live off and feed off the benefit and everything we've got. We have worked for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming in the agency, living off benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit and restriction.

 

But immigration support groups are concerned. The government's stance is the thin end of an unworkable wedge.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people, they are gonna have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's point-based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up and running last year, 12% fewer migrant workers would have been allowed in.

 

The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you get a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those who are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. High earners, too, are valued. Those earning the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recession around the corner and / unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs were being snapped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

 

Expressions:

1. ruffle a few feathers: To ruffle someone's feathers means to cause them to become very angry, nervous, or upset.
2. the thin end of the wedge: an expression meaning something that you think is the beginning of a harmful development

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In the reshuffle, the Prime Minister has put me in change of the immigration policy? Phil Woolas’ appointment as Immigration Minister ruffled a few feathers amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments would have done nothing to ease their worries. Out and about in his Oldham constituency, the Minister laid out his argument/ for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scarred Oldham in 2001. I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what led to the problems in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so, in a mature way and a non-discriminatory way, informed by facts, but we have to talk about it. Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Woolas' views seem to chime. We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing the right thing. we cannot get jobs and there is too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that. If you come in, made the effort to come here, then you should be working, not just to live off and feed off the benefit and everything we've got. We have worked for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming in the engines, living off benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit and restriction. But immigration support groups are concerned. The government's stance is the thin end of an unworkable wedge.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people, they are gonna have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation. The Home Office says it's points-based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up and running last year, 12% fewer migrant workers would have been allowed in. The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you got a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those who are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. High earners, too, are valued. Those earning the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category. With recession around the corner and / unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs were being snapped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

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In the reshuffle, the Prime Minister has put me in change of the immigration policy? Phil Woolas’ appointment as Immigration Minister ruffled a few feathers amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments would have done nothing to ease their worries. Out and about in his Oldham constituency, the Minister laid out his argument/ for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scarred Oldham in 2001. I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what led to the problems in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so, in a mature way and a non-discriminatory way, informed by facts, but we have to talk about it. Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Woolas' views seem to chime.

 

 We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing the right thing.

 

we cannot get jobs and there is too many people, so I think, definitely, this something required about that.

 

 If you come in, made the effort to come here, then you should be working, not just to live off and feed off the benefit and everything we've got. We have worked for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming in the engines, living off benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit and restriction.

 

But immigration-support / groups are concerned. The government's stance is the thin end of an unworkable wedge.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people, they are gonna have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's points-based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up and running last year, 12% fewer migrant workers would have been allowed in. The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you got a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those who are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. High earners, too, are valued. Those earning the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category. With recession around the corner and / unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs were being snapped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

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In the reshuffle, the Prime Minister has put me in change of the immigration policy? Phil Woolas’ appointment as Immigration Minister ruffled a few feathers amongst pro-immigration campaigners, and his latest comments would have done nothing to ease their worries. Out and about in his Oldham constituency, the minister laid out his argument/ for curbing the number of people who are allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race riots which scarred Oldham in 2001. I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what led to the problems in my constituency 7 years ago. The lesson of that was that we have to talk about it. We have to do so, in a mature way and a non-discriminatory way, informed by facts, but we have to talk about it. Among the voters of Oldham, Mr. Woolas' views seem to chime.

 

 We need to know how many people are coming, and how many people are living in this country, I think he is doing the right thing.

 

we can't get jobs and there is too many people, so I think, definitely, this is something required about that.

 

 If you come in and made the effort to come here, then you should be working, not just to live off and feed off the benefit and everything we've got. We have worked for that. So I don't think it's fair that people should be coming in the end and, living off benefits, they should be working, there should be a limit and restriction.

 

But immigration-support / groups are concerned. The government's stance is the thin end of an unworkable wedge.

 

There are large number of skills in this country, which we cannot fill from, within the indigenous population, or the European Economic Area. And those people, they are gonna have to come in from outside. We are a trading nation.

 

The Home Office says it's points-based system, similar to that used in Australia, will allow flexible migration. And if it had been up and running last year, 12% fewer migrant workers would have been allowed in. The system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant who wants to settle permanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories.

 

Education is important. If you've got a PhD, you will score 50 points. But a bachelor's degree is only worth 30. Age plays a big part, too. The younger, the better. Those who are under 28 get 20 points. If you are over 31, you get nothing. High earners, too, are valued. Those earning the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points. But less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.

 

With recession around the corner and / unemployment rising, the government is acutely aware that doing nothing to curb immigration would leave it open to the accusation that British jobs were being snapped up by foreign workers.

 

David Bowden, Sky News.

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in the racial form  , the prime minister just the policy, few worse point the landycomm and comments do nothing to easy their worries. Out of about the old constitutision , the many ladies outer of argument that who combining The number of people  who allow the settle in the country . it’s  2100 . I think we have to the country talk about the relationship not talking about what let the problem in my consition 3 years ago. The less, the vast.  the voters in vote mitis would use. we have to talk about it. We have to do so we know that choose a way and nominate the stimiti away informed by facts that we have to talk about it. m’s uses seem too charm We need to know how many people are coming and how many people are living in this country. I think he is doing what I think. Because there are too many people so I think definitely this is quite table. Because of making a effort then you should be working not just living a fancy benefit I have ever been thought before, we work for us .so I don’t think setting up people should be benefit . they should be working and they should be limited in the restriction. The opinoin in the support group is considered, The government stand the fiancés the announcement of work of all ages. There are larger number of skills in this country which we can know fail from the within in the European ecomonic area. these people get to have to come in from the outside where we are trading relationship. The m said that the points base on the system astrlian which allow flexible my great . but it would be running last year. 12% of few workers would be allowed in. the system is complicate. It covers The number of skills, for example , a highly skilled migrate to want to settle in permition into the uk. needs to score totally 75 point so more from the serious and catergation. the education is very important. if you got phd. You should score15 point, but the bechlor degree is only 30. the age plays the part too. The younger, the better. Although these under 28 get 20 point, if you’re over 31, you get nothing. Higher tools are valued if you are 30. the equipment to four thousand pounds so more a year get 45 points. let’s pay mean few points just 5. he is the lowest catorgy .no, I got four years . and in the revision, around the corner the unemployments are mourning to the government where are doing nothing that may be totally to education. the british jobs will be snaped down by falling workers.

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In the racialful, the prime minister * in charge of migration policy.
Who worths appointment to the immigration minister L. few feather amongst per immigration compaigners and his latest comment has done nothing to ease their worries. Out about his old constituens the minister laid out his argument for curbing the number of people who allowed to settle in this country. Mindful of the race fire will * in 2001.
I think we have to, as a country, talk about immigration, not talking about it is what let the problems in my concession like 7 years ago. The least of that is we have to talk about it. We have to do so in a mature way and non-discriminative way in a form by fact that we have to talk about it.
Among of those Mr. * views seem to be charge.
We need to know how many people are coming and how many people are living in this country. I think he is doing what I think.
We can't get a job because too many people so I think definitely this is something quite about that.
Come here, made an effort to come here. Then you should be working, not just live in our fancied benefit and everything we've got, we work for that. So I talk to * people should be and live their fantasy. They should be working and there should be a limit in the reception.
But the immigration support group concern the government stand is the * of an unworkable wage.
There're a large number of skilles in this country which we can't fill from within the original population or the European economic area. Those people are gonna have to come here, we are trading nation.
The home office says it's the points based system, similar to that using in Australia will allow flexible migration.
And it has been running last year, 12 percent fewer migrant workers will be allowed in. Thy system is complex and covers a number of skills. For example, a highly skilled migrant wants to settle permernanently in the UK needs to score a total of 75 points or more from a series of categories. Education is important. If you got a PHD, your score 50 points, but bachlor's degree is only worth 30. Age places a big part too. The younger, the better. Those on the 28 get 20 points, if you over 31, you get nothing. Hire too will be valued, those on the equivalent of 40,000 pounds or more a year get 45 points, but less pay means fewer points, just 5 is the lowest category.
No, I can't afford your recession.
The reception around the corner, an unemployment writing the government is * aware they doing nothing to curb migration will leave it open to execuation, The British jobs will be snapped out by Foreign Workers.
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