Brexit already Boosting the Wages of the British Working Class

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The British worker likes a pint of bitter after doing a fair day's work for a fair day's pay.


Terrific news for the British worker. For years the British ruling class has been able to push down the wages and conditions of the Native working class by flooding the market with cheap migrant labour. Meanwhile, rents and house prices have been put out of the reach of the Native working class, leading to demographic collapse. Today, Reuters reports that British companies are now being forced to share their bumper profits with their workers, as the supply of cheap migrant labour has been cut off by Brexit.

A tremendous victory for the British Working Class. And, no doubt, as the migrant flood is cut off, rents and home prices will fall back to a level which allows the workers to marry, set up home, and give the nation health Native children.

UK firms struggle to hire with Brexit, record low jobless rate


Meanwhile, the Irish worker falls ever further into EU created poverty and despair,

Self Moderated thread Some "Recovery", some "Diversity" 'National scandal' as almost one million on health waiting lists
 

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The British worker likes a pint of bitter after doing a fair day's work for a fair day's pay.


Terrific news for the British worker. For years the British ruling class has been able to push down the wages and conditions of the Native working class by flooding the market with cheap migrant labour. Meanwhile, rents and house prices have been put out of the reach of the Native working class, leading to demographic collapse. Today, Reuters reports that British companies are being forced to share their bumper profits with their workers, as the supply of cheap migrant labour has been cut off by Brexit.

A tremendous victory for the British Working Class. And, no doubt, as the migrant flood is cut off, rents and home prices will fall back to a level which allows the workers to marry, set up home, and give the nation health Native children.

UK firms struggle to hire with Brexit, record low jobless rate



Meanwhile, the Irish worker falls ever further into EU created poverty and despair,

Self Moderated thread Some "Recovery", some "Diversity" 'National scandal' as almost one million on health waiting lists
globalism is capitalism in its most malign form. the trade off for tranny rights in these parts is corporate capitalism, endless wars and the destruction of the worker and nation state.
wake up liberal left.
 

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Its hard to know how it'll all work out. Hopefully Ireland wont be too impacted upon and we can all get on with it. I've no problem saying that a Britain doing well is good for us as our nearest neighbour.
 

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The only worry you have with Ireland is that you cannot wreck it's Economy & Infrastructure more with even more Immigration to keep your Gaystapo insulated
 
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