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Bullet 4:34 Sat Feb 20
EU Referendum 23rd June 2016 declares Cameron
BBC
Britain will vote on whether to remain in the EU on Thursday 23 June, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
The prime minister made his historic announcement in Downing Street after briefing the cabinet.
He said he would be campaigning to remain in a reformed EU - and described the vote as one of the biggest decisions "in our lifetimes".
Ministers immediately divide

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Side of Ham 6:57 Thu Jul 19
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SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:49 Thu Jul 19

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:49 Thu Jul 19
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Swiss

And yet today you have proved yourself a racist and a sexist. And fucking thick.

Virtually everything you have posted has been shown to be utter nonsense.

Swiss. 6:47 Thu Jul 19
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Surface

No one is "smashing me". Quite the opposite. You Mike, Snide et al keep showing your bigotry on a regular basis.

Prometheus50 6:46 Thu Jul 19
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H&P

As OT alluded earlier, when the Nazis used slave labour. it made no difference to German GDP, but it did keep wages low

Side of Ham 6:44 Thu Jul 19
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If the whining Scouse has got a degree then our education system is fucked.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:43 Thu Jul 19
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Even if you had typed 'all' his response was pathetic.

Mike Oxsaw 6:41 Thu Jul 19
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Swiss. 6:11 Thu Jul 19

English is not really your first language, is it?

Kindly point out where I stated "all" foreigner workers. Take your time - we haven't left...yet.

Hammer and Pickle 6:38 Thu Jul 19
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However, per capital gdp is definitely relevant in the context of labour migration, or had you forgotten what we were talking about?

Hammer and Pickle 6:35 Thu Jul 19
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Bore off - I'm not doing this for free.

Prometheus50 6:30 Thu Jul 19
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H&P

GDP is a measure of output Wages are incidental to that so GDP is not a measure of wage inflation in any sense

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:29 Thu Jul 19
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Swiss is employing the ever-popular AfM/360 tactic of being smashed to pieces then grasping at a turn of phrase 'all' to divert attention from it.

Nearly worked, eh, Swiss?

Hammer and Pickle 6:29 Thu Jul 19
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Anyway,

"Rises in salary in Germany

According to the De Statis data, the index of real earnings in Germany increased by 0.8% in 2017, with nominal earnings up by 2.5% year-on-year. By comparison, inflation averaged 1.8% across the year.

Effect of the minimum wage in Germany

Data from the Institute of Social and Economic Research showed that in the first year the German minimum wage was applied, unskilled and low-skilled workers in particular enjoyed above-average increases in their German salary, as did employees in part-time employment (or mini-jobs, as these positions are sometimes known)."

https://www.expatica.com/de/employment/minimum-wage-germany-average-salary-germany_995112.html

Side of Ham 6:25 Thu Jul 19
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How is it racist when those he is talking about are WHITE?

Stop playing your thicko card you div Scouse.

Hammer and Pickle 6:24 Thu Jul 19
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Don't be an arse - gdp per capita it is the basic measure of a country's relative prosperity. Are you suggesting that immigration doesn't effect that?

Swiss. 6:11 Thu Jul 19
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"Does all these foreign workers sending money home every week/month (instead of spending it in the UK) actually benefit the economy, too?"

Mike so where you get these stats that "all" foreigner workers do this? Or is it more racist bollocks discussed down the boozer with your red-neck mates.

Side of Ham 6:10 Thu Jul 19
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Meanwhile, back at the Bat Cave........

Kaiser Zoso 6:09 Thu Jul 19
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*POW!


*SPLAT!

Prometheus50 6:07 Thu Jul 19
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H&P

GDP per capita does not include wages, so your point, however interesting, is a non sequitur

Hammer and Pickle 5:45 Thu Jul 19
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I'm saying that if you want to comment on the impact of immigration of the German labour market, real wages and purchasing power, you can hardly expect anyone to take you seriously unless you start by addressing the per capita GDP picture

https://tradingeconomics.com/germany/gdp-per-capita

Mike Oxsaw 5:36 Thu Jul 19
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Does all these foreign workers sending money home every week/month (instead of spending it in the UK) actually benefit the economy, too?

Prometheus50 5:33 Thu Jul 19
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H&P

There's a very good article in Unherd written by Jon Cruddas concerning the Labour Party abandoning the notion of real work and the social impact etc,

It all upholds the axiom, which you can google at your leisure, that oversupply reduces prices Are you now saying that isn't true ?

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