When watching Question Time, either last week or the week before, a government minister was talking about a way to combat health tourism and other similar immigration issues relating to benefits by having a 3 month gap between the person entering the country and their eligibility for access to social programs.
Edit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-yPnDzmMyo that's the question I was talking about.
Last edited by Activi-T; 2013-01-29 at 04:41 PM.
She was a fast machine, she kept her motor clean
She was the best damned woman that I ever seen
She had the sightless eyes, telling me no lies
And knocking me out with those American thighs
I dont think that approach would work.
You should rather advertise immigration to another country (preferably a country you don't want relations with).
Something like; Dont choose Britain, try France much better in every way!
On a serious note - going from a 150 euro/month paycheck to a 4x+ one is attractive, and the hope of fulfilling more dreams in another country can't be killed no matter what campaigns are launched.
Also, calling romanians/bulgarians gipsies/rromani or vice-versa is not very constructive (not posted here, at least yet, but it does happen. I for one got asked many questions about my "gipsy" culture/life, after revealing my nationality).
Have a nice day!
COMIC SANS MS as the font because it looks "nice". All users of this font should burn in hell!!!
But for now, I do plan on moving to England, no matter its state. I'm in a relationship, and I'd rather move to her dump of a country than have her move to my dump of a country. x)
(I'm from Slovenia by the way.)
This is hilarious. Especially the pictures that people have sent in to be used