Tonight on the World at 8 with Lynne Mozar – Nine out of ten jobs went to foreign nationals last year, official figures revealed today. The number is far higher than previously thought.
Employment among non-UK nationals rose by 163,000 during the period – more than 90 per cent of the total.
In other news, Scotland Yard spent £34 million policing the Notting Hill carnival, more than the cost of policing all 42 major events combined in the capital last year. The total is expected to rise still further.
This summer has been Britain’s coolest in 18 years, pouring more cold water on the make-believe man-made global warming scam.
Provisional figures show the average temperature this summer has been just 13.63C (56.53F). The last summer with such a low temperature was in 1993 when the average was 13.39C (58.37F).
World news: Four trillion dollars has so far been spent on the so-called War on Terror.
The report by Brown University estimated that the cost of caring for the veterans injured in the wars will reach $1 trillion in 30 to 40 years.
In estimating the $4 trillion total, it did not take into account the $5.3 billion in reconstruction spending the government has promised Afghanistan, state and local contributions to veteran care, interest payments on war debt, or the costs of Medicare for veterans when they reach 65.