- 3 July 2009
You obviously haven't been to France IFocus, if you think the poor are poor in the U.K, try France, Spain, Portugal, Greece.The numbers are at the moment are damming the UK is seriously in a hole unfortunately that's comparing it to the EU and clearly the Britts were sucked in by the likes of the FRNJ grifter Nigel and his friends it would seem the whole thing was a sham ar-la Trumpian style were they not best friends?
Worth noting that the Conservatives / Tories have overseen the whole process and the situation I guess reflects the various iterations and stages of turmoil / shockingly inept leaders and members of the Conservative Party.
What they do now only god knows, Labor to lead them out of the darkness heaven forbid?
Australia needs a strong UK not a poor man of Europe.
I wouldn't be putting too much faith in what a left leaning reporter wants to write, if Brexit doesn't work I'm sure the U.K will move back into the E.U, but as with any major re adjustment in an economy it will take time to settle. Add to that covid and now the energy crisis, it would be truly staggering if there wasn't economic upheaval, to think there wouldn't be in itself would be naive.
So to try and ascertain whether Brexit will be successful, or fail, at this stage is just click bait IMO.
it's a bit like the media ranting and chanting for quarantine facilities, now we have expensive quarantine facilities sitting empty, that money could well have been used for social housing. Is the media running headline articles about Wellcamp, Bullsbrook, Pinkenba etc.
Nope nothing to see there, oooh look at the U.K.
Still lots of people trying to get from France to England IFocus, when I start seeing boat loads of refugees heading from the U.K to Europe, that's when I will start and take notice.
Until then it really falls under the heading of chook food for loonies IMO.
21st December 2022.
The government says "stopping the boats" is a key political priority, but how is it going about it?
As for France.
In 2020, the poverty rate in France reached 14.6 percent.