Working With EU Immigrants

Posted on January 18, 2019

One of the great debates surrounding our departure from the EU has been immigration. Since 2016, I have, like many people, had to study the workings of sovereign and EU law to try to understand how it affects us (not much). I can, however, claim to be something of an expert on EU immigration. How 2004 Changed EU Employment This is because since I started as an independent recruiter in 1997, I have had to deal with changes in the contract ...

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Time For Good Honest Tories to Clean Up Loony Lefty Misogyny!

Posted on December 21, 2018

What a bonkers week that was. Misogyny, Drones, Mourinho’s sacking, Putin demanding that democracy should not be interfered with (he did, honestly) and Trump losing yet more of his staff, presumably another one who has worked out he is mad as fuck. How on earth would you cope with that lot as a satirist? It must be absolute carnage in the offices of Private Eye as these publications have to be right on the money with current affairs. How do ...

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The Rise of Jess Phillips!

Posted on December 14, 2018

With the Brexit shambles continuing, it has been a tough week for anyone looking for a bit of hope and trust from parliament figures. The Conservative Party have been utterly useless, with Theresa May only having pig headed fortitude as her final and desperate attribute. She has gained sympathy this week as her own party members turned on her, but if we are to be honest, if she was the head of any business, she would have been moved aside ...

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Britain is Trapped in Brexit Mayhem!

Posted on December 13, 2018

After following yesterday’s events on Brexit, it got to a stage where my brain felt like a computer that had run out of disc space and needed fragmenting and rebooting. Even the excellent John Pienaar on the BBC appeared nonplussed, yet, in 2015, David Cameron decided to put this complex situation to the people, millions of whom are only really interested in beer and football results. Theresa May now looks about 175 years old and Britain is ...

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Brexit With a Cricket Club Analogy

Posted on July 20, 2018

What I can't help noticing lately is how many people assume that a Brexit deal with our European neighbours should be easily solved by simply telling the EU countries what we want, and they can either lump it or like it. There is a theory that they need us just as much, if not more, than we need them, so as someone leaving the club, we should dictate the situation to Johnny Foreigner or else. The government is split (Labour appear no ...

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