Hundreds of thousands of workers are being denied their right to be paid the National Minimum Wage (NMW), according to research by Kings College London. The figures estimate that between 150,000 and 200,000 social care workers across the UK are being paid less than the legal minimum.
Tonight on the World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – News that immigration into Britain went up by over 20 percent last year comes at the same time as unemployment in Britain rises by 38,000.
By Maid of Kent – Just two of the cases that have been brought to the attention of the British people following the so-called English riots of last week have exposed the previously hidden details behind the mass invasion of Britain by people from all over the world who are attracted purely by our welfare system.
By Maid of Kent – When the news of the ConLib coalition government’s decision to award the £3 billion contract for the new Thameslink trains to Siemens (a German company) was announced by Transport Minister Theresa Villiers, the British people had the gut feeling that they had once again been betrayed by a British government.
This is the first in a short series of articles looking behind the headlines at the real effect of the ConDem austerity budget.
By Jennifer Matthys – Despite rapidly rising unemployment in the UK, Tesco have seen fit to advertise for managers for their London stores in Slovakia! With benefits including the induction meeting for successful candidates being in Slovakia, and assistance with finding accommodation once they arrive in London, I’m sure this “new breed of manager” will be here and taking British jobs in no time at all!
Unemployment rose by 44,000 to nearly 2.5 million in the last three months of 2010, according to the latest report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) — while other figures showed that there are now over one million illegal immigrants, and hundreds of thousands of “asylum seekers” in Britain.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published figures which reveal that foreigners take two out of three new jobs reducing the employment opportunities for the native British people.
About a year ago the Nationalist Trade Union Solidarity commented that the likelihood that Cadbury would fall into foreign hands would not only be a 'loss of a (British) Institution' but would likely lead to 'rationalisations'. In other words the shedding and 'export' of jobs.
The Labour Party-invented and Conservative Party-backed “student visa” system results in at least 32,000 illegal immigrants entering Britain every year at an annual hidden cost of around half a billion pounds, a new Migrationwatch report has revealed.