"here here sir"
"here here sir"
Note that i haven't called you a racist, i have merely pointed out your obvious prejudice.
I'm not a racist, i know several people from other countries and some are good friends, i don't like employers and politicians (or anyone else) that puts foreign workers before English workers. Too many people in this country constantly knocking the English worker, English traditions and the English way of life, many of them English.
It's a damn shame when you can't have an opinion that favours your fellow countrymen without some fool calling you a racist. Probably why so few people publicly speak their minds.
regards David - DSW Marine Engineering
I hope you were careful which 'blighters' were volunteered to make the teaAh but in those days I had blighters to make the tea for me.
I Started with nothing and I've still got most of it left - Seasick Steve
We would pillory a Yorkshireman who couldn't be bothered to seek work outside his home town, but often choose to cast those who leave their homes in other countries in search of work as interlopers.
I think the previous poster was saying "pick the best man for the job...wherever he comes from" (or woman of course).
Now there's an argument about whether our government has a greater duty to its own taxpayers...
We advertised recently, made arrangements to see 6 people, 4 turned up. We gave the job to the only one who'd bothered to look at our website, had thought about what we were trying to do and could see how he could contribute - oh, he is from Romania. Should I have given it to a Brit, just because he's a Brit?