Little benefit to British people

A group of peers has decided that immigrants are of no value to the British people.
“The peers had found immigration had had “little or no” impact on Britain’s living standards, questioning government claims that it had brought significant economic benefits.”
However there is an alternative view from an unreported source that a group of immigrants have issued a report which states:
“The immigrants had found that peers had had “little or no” impact on Britain’s living standards, questioning government claims that they had brought significant economic benefit.”


Hospitals, care homes, transport and a whole range of essential services are, and have been for years, dependent on a supply of labour. Rural economies cannot do with a seasonal workforce to deal with their needs. According to the peers it’s only the migrant labour that benefits. Nothing said about exploitation of cheap and disposable labour.
I suppose the overfed peers have to produce something to justify their existence.

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