UK Immigration to Get Tougher As Natives Raise Voice to Help Natives Employment
The Jobless Englishman: The time has finally arrived. The local British population has stood to its ground and staked claims to jobs that are legitimately theirs. The ‘buzz word’ doing the rounds is to impose a restriction on the migrating work force of foreigners. A remedy to this insurmountable problem is to move out of the EU Agreement on the independent movement of people from abroad and help provide jobs to the unemployed local inhabitants in Great Britain would work out brilliantly.
One of the plans mooted by Iain Duncan Smith, a crusader, who devised a plan to bring jobs for the unemployed and jobless was to obliterate immigration. However, the problem came up when it was noticed that there was no work to offer. The local people are feeling the pinch when they are rendered jobless and the people from foreign countries are grabbing “their” chances of employment opportunities. One of the terms considered to be essential would be to offer a rise in the minimum wages which would remove the chronic off the perquisites enjoyed. An effective measure would also be to curb immigration which would raise the pay rates for the unskilled worker and it does not appear to be insoluble problem.
Problem Resolution: Not a single external person would give a second thought about the social expenses of the ever increasing underprivileged class or even have an obligation towards it. As per the local Englishman, this is a localized problem and could only be resolved only by the citizens themselves. It further emanates that the natives have a far greater priority over the migrating work force. Domestic closeness proves to be successful and an asset both towards unrestricted free entrepreneurship and international cohesion.
The ban on immigration of foreign migrant work force has assumed political and racial overtones and this anti-immigration policy is slowly gathering momentum and would soon become a problem which would not so easy to tackle. The local generally sees the problem of joblessness as a problem to be resolved through imposition of strictures on immigration laws. Currently, the immigration laws are very rigid and it is not possible to work in the UK without a Work Permit. A student studying in any English University cannot also work. However, there are several loopholes in the laws.
Governing Economic Factors: There is always the economic factor which plays a dominant role in the economy of any country. Immigration laws in a country also have an impact on the availability of jobs and most of the job seekers are from foreign countries. The basic laws of supply and demand indicate that immigration could reduce the salaries through the enhanced supply of workers. The migrant labor is available at cheaper rates as compared to higher wages that are demanded by the local citizen. Therefore, the realistic impact of immigration would most probably be visible in the near future.