That may be the case but I didn’t do CS application, I went straight into customs, I wasn’t allocated. My first question was can you drive a van? That was by the Scotsman who ran stores branch in Woolwichwith CS applications, you cannot list your university, nationality or gender in your application. CVs, personal statements etc are scanned for references and are rejected if found to contain these references (a declaration also has to be signed). Of course, if you get to an interview your gender etc can be seen but they cannot ask you about marital status, health, economic background etc. An interviewee could reveal university or school, but it's unlikely to be germaine to the interview or role.
I was unaware that skilled and educated people were arriving on our shores in rubber boats illegally.I see, so no educated and skilled people east of Dover?
I was unaware that skilled and educated people were arriving on our shores in rubber boats illegally.
you appear to be very unaware of many things.
OK as far as it goes, and worth exploring further. Maybe as temporary 'work on bail'. They're already talking about electronic tags.....but then there's medical treatment at A&E (or none & some poor bggers wandering about with fewer fingers, TB, norovirus, salmonella) , no training or H&S...I have no drams with them disappearing into the black economy at least they aren't a drain on the taxpayer and will have to fend for them selves
They have to eat and live so will pay VAT on food and so on when they buy it so will contribute
these are for HEO and above - you apply for named positions.That may be the case but I didn’t do CS application, I went straight into customs, I wasn’t allocated. My first question was can you drive a van? That was by the Scotsman who ran stores branch in Woolwich
Working to send money home is common to 'new'EU (as was) & NonEU...it's what most want to do, with the distant prospect of maybe settling in future. EDIT: i.e. what drew 'huddled masses' from Europe to USA.Why do we need exceptions? Why not let any of them that want to work do so? I suspect most of them would rather work than live on 37 quid a week which is what asylum seekers get.