What isn’t very British are the staff. Of the hotels’s 610 employees, a staggering 80 per cent are foreign
This programme poses the question, but never quite answers it: How has a
country like the UK, where history is littered with butlers, valets and
maids, ended up with a service industry run by those from abroad
The thrust of the push against stopping free movement?
This sort of place would have to pay it's staff a lot more if there was not endless migrant labour in Britain!
But I have nothing more. I have begun looking at obesity a little as per wondering how the negative powers encourage obesity, binge drinking culture, and the rest of it. However, I have not read much yet.
I am up against the wall because my nodoff is running out. I was able to get to sleep for around six and a half hours yesterday and my new job is fairly unchallenging (and until I sort out some work documents my hours are fairly low as well).
I also still need to narrow down this free market vs. corporatism/ Illuminati idea.
Geert Wilders in 12 days! 2 weeks on a Wednesday is the election, and 13 days until we have the result.
Brexit stuff is going pretty slowly and pathetically.