'At a time when our UK native workforce have been taking out more in benefits than they put back in Taxes paid the EU migrants have put money into the economy, paid taxes far in excess of benefits claimed and perhaps most importantly have been providing the Labour to keep these services going. This has never been clearer than with the NHS and Care workers workforce. Without EU migrants theses services would grind to a halt – approximately 55,000 of the NHS workforce are EU Migrants with almost 10% of our doctors coming from the EU and 75,000 EU migrants work in the Social Care Services. Our public services depend on EU migrants by Alan Travis estimates that 600,000 EU Migrants work in the UK public Sector.'
Saturday, 1 October 2016
Brexit583: What has Freedom of Movement ever done for us?