stablegenius305 · 19 days ago

Whilst the ‘land of milk and honey’ magnet
is available to migrants, of course these
people will look for the country with
the most attractive financial potential.

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I get that, but wouldn’t the prospective
Governments who are under the most
financial pressure from migration costs,
be better served contributing to the
infrastructures of the migrants home
Nation?

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JacePearce · 19 days ago

Interesting piece, especially the Denmark
stats.
Welfare is the prime magnet for many
migrants, in attaining a better life.
In the U.K, up to 80 percent of
migrants, with multiple family
are benefiting from, and putting
a huge strain on the welfare
system. Free healthcare and housing
also boosts the costs.
Boris Johnson is pushing for a policy,
whereas, migrants will only be eligible
for ‘benefits’ after 5 years, which would
be a more sensible option.

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