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Old 03-07-2020, 17:18   #76
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Re: UK offers right to residency and path to citizenship to 3m Hong Kong citizens

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Unofficial guesswork involving an independent survey of 19 people in Burger King, has found that all 23 of them believe the UK has sank 0.76 cm in the past 27 minutes due to the weight of immigration.

Four strangers at a bus stop in Slough have stated that if everyone wore 'air sole' trainers the UK could bounce back
Having worked in Slough in the early 2000s, I thought it was full of "air soles"...
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Having worked in Slough in the early 2000s, I thought it was full of "air soles"...
.... Had the best Pakistani greasy spoon for miles (in Herschel Street). Otherwise as much a dump as nearby Maidenhead.

One semi-decent Chinese restaurant in the naff shopping centre. So Slough could do with some Chinese immigration - or is that too BAME provocative?
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Full British Citizenship, with a free house, two cars, three TVs, and credit cards with unlimited spend.
You've just described my ex mr's

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That's a very valid point you raise. As it stands they would be British and entitled to a payment, which is not something that we want. The BNP already oppose this as they say something along the lines of, if a cat has kittens in the nice warm straw of a stable, it does not follow that it has, therefore, given birth to foals!

The trouble is, if we don't allow any more immigration, this would affect us in the present day e.g. fruit picking.

Could we enact a law that says that certain people born in the UK aren't British, but are the nationality of their parents?? I really don't know.
The kids would be British i can't see any way around that,and you can't chuck the parents out without the kids ,which would contravene the rights of the kids [British citizens] and you can't leave the kids without parents[British law] so it's fair to say that they are staying ,any hoo the whole conversation is irrelevant as China won't allow them to leave, so we should work on the premise that not many of them are coming to the mother land.
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I am surprised you have married so many men

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have you seen the women in Cleethorpes?
Every time i look it costs me a house and most of my money

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I am surprised you have married so many men
If i had it could have saved me a fortune
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Re: UK offers right to residency and path to citizenship to 3m Hong Kong citizens

It works for same over here, there are job roles in education called HLTA's or cover supervisers.

Hlta roles are like teachers they plan lessons and take lessons when teachers can't for less money usually around 20-24k a year

Cover supervisers do the same role but don't plan lessons they take lessons already planned for absent teachers they get around 18-20k a year

However years ago and still happens now when she got her HLTA status which is an NVQ 4 level she couldn't get jobs in this area because NQT's were getting these roles or teachers and ex teachers that didn't want the teaching role anymore all got these jobs pushing those with the right qualification out for those with higher ones.

Forwarding on a few years she now has a PGCE but doesn't have the right one to get the full PGCE lvl 6.5 or something she said.

She decided not to bother going down the teacher route and opted for HLTA postions but still found that "teachers" going for these postions always got the jobs basicially she said it's pushed a NVQ lvl 4 job upto and beyond a degree level.

She's got a HLTA position now but it's took some years and 16 years working as a teaching assistant.

So we have to be carefull of what experiance and positions we fill here from outsiders that are over qualified for those posts
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