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Aug 02

Posts: 206

currypasty says:

Just read on some news web site

where it's costing the British tax payer £15m a week to educate the offspring of all thes immigrants we have in this country :shock:

How about before this bunch of tossers we now have in government start trying to force the poor sods in wheelchairs back to work to save a few quid they do something about this awful waste of money.

AND before anyone starts crying rascist stop and think for a moment....... a lot of these immigrant kids will go on to get good A level grades due to the extra tuition they will get thru out their school lives and then go onto university and thence into good high paying jobs while the kids of the poor old British working class will end up cleaning the streets.

It wont afect me very much as I'm retired now and am looking forward to my appointment with God but it really boils my piss when I read stuff like this.

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Aug 02

Posts: 29367

Kamchat says:

So ...

.. one minute it's £15million a week ..... the next it's £13 million a day! ..... yep, - they sound like reliable, accurate and dependable statistics. Lol! ..:tongue:..


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May 09

Posts: 535

thehossdog says:

But if 550,000 extra school

places are needed, doesn't that mean that jobs will be created too!

on another note, if these immigrant kids did end up with a good job, wouldnt the tax they end up paying while in these jobs more than cover what high school education they received and whatever university grants they got too?

and if they had a 'good job' for the rest of their days wouldnt their tax contribution more than cover future generations too?

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Jun 07

Posts: 5241

R100R says:


What exactly is stopping the ' of the poor old British working class...' getting decent A-levels, university degrees and decent jobs.:unsure:

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