@meats, I would suggest you still go immigration adivice rather than your preposterous and distortional political comments to say the least.meats wrote:How can there be 10 success stories for every failure when unemployment is at a record high AND STILL RISING!!??!? Even a bloody dingbat would see that you're so wrong that it's funny. You're not actually Gordon Brown are you? Only he would come up with something as stupid as you are gotcha.gotcha wrote:Can you prove your fact? It's your opinion, so does I stick to my opinion. And as I said earlier, OP was not asking about job market, the way he/she was answered is really annoying. People seating here in good or bad job preaching about job market to hopefull.republique wrote:No, it doesn't work the other way around because my comment makes sense in the context of the economic crises. You came up with 1:10 ratio like it was some kind of fact so I say prove it. All I said, it is likely the reverse because of the economic crises, which mean probability. My statement for sure is still more likely than yours.
You seem to be the campaign arm of the Tory party on here. When you say unemployement "is at a record high AND STILL RISING", perhaps you should tell us that David cameron wouldn't have done anything bec he wanted the recession to take it course.
Yeah unemployment is rising but you didn't tell us what figures- (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8353933.stm) from the ONS revealed recently that rise in unemployment as actually slowed. Perhaps you should tell us if not for the action taken by Gordon Brown whom I'm actually not a big fan of, unemployment didn't reach 3 million by December as predicted by many analysis?
Perhaps you should also tell us what happened in the last recession under the Tory govt where people were left to fend for themselves.