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16 minutes ago, newjez said:

India will be protecting it's industry.

The irony is that immigration wasn't the problem. It was the symptom. The UK was suffering from gold rush syndrome. As Europe recovers, this will resolve itself. We didn't need to go through all this, and focusing on immigration is not addressing the problem.

Still, there is time to do this sensibly

India may want inward investment, it has a huge population of which a large part is well educated so they want work for them but they also want visa's for these people and skilled workers to work overseas and send money back to India and they want access to higher level education and research so my assessment is they will open up their markets to those countries which will give them that immigration access.

People will be their export, they have a surplus, what else is Modi going to negotiate for, Johnson was talking some bollocks about how much Scotch wisky could be sold to  India once they drop the 150% tax on it, has no one told him they have banned the sale of alcohol in premises within 50 yards of a road and that some states are tee-total 

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5 hours ago, BacktoDemocracy said:

India may want inward investment, it has a huge population of which a large part is well educated so they want work for them but they also want visa's for these people and skilled workers to work overseas and send money back to India and they want access to higher level education and research so my assessment is they will open up their markets to those countries which will give them that immigration access.

People will be their export, they have a surplus, what else is Modi going to negotiate for, Johnson was talking some bollocks about how much Scotch wisky could be sold to  India once they drop the 150% tax on it, has no one told him they have banned the sale of alcohol in premises within 50 yards of a road and that some states are tee-total 

Half my office is from India. I often wonder why we never recruited from Europe. It's not the cost. Onshore Indians aren't cheap. We did try and secure local talent, but it just wasn't feasible. Most UK talent we have is from up north, as London is a greater pull for the locals. I guess we weren't able to secure the numbers we needed from one European country, and we didn't want a mish mash.

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India have a massive IT offshoring industry.

You can engage 1 Indian IT company like Satyam or Infosys and they can supply all your tech resources.

They can do the work for you in Bangalore or bring resources onshore in your location if you prefer.

I don't think there are European equivalents are there ?

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17 minutes ago, Parley said:

India have a massive IT offshoring industry.

You can engage 1 Indian IT company like Satyam or Infosys and they can supply all your tech resources.

They can do the work for you in Bangalore or bring resources onshore in your location if you prefer.

I don't think there are European equivalents are there ?

We did get a project done in eastern Europe but it was crap. Can't remember the company. It was nothing like the service we get from India.

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Found the word I was looking for - Begripers - coming to a web site near you!

Love the way this is going!

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wtf???

You guys promised we would be at the front of the queue.

It's in the daily mail and the independent - so it must be true.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4449780/US-Commerce-Secretary-says-UK-trade-deal-low-priority.html

Holy Carp batman! What do we do now? We always knew those Europeans didn't know how to queue!

What with growth down to half of what it was, all those pesky Europeans being nasty to us, this ain't looking half as much fun as it looked like it was gunna be. God damn - I think we've been hood winked! Where's Nigel?

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2 hours ago, newjez said:

wtf???

You guys promised we would be at the front of the queue.

It's in the daily mail and the independent - so it must be true.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4449780/US-Commerce-Secretary-says-UK-trade-deal-low-priority.html

Holy Carp batman! What do we do now? We always knew those Europeans didn't know how to queue!

What with growth down to half of what it was, all those pesky Europeans being nasty to us, this ain't looking half as much fun as it looked like it was gunna be. God damn - I think we've been hood winked! Where's Nigel?

Did you see the comment on the Mail article below it by, i think, Diesenberg, brutal but with a kernel of validity, quite well put, but  a bit saucy for these pages.

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1 hour ago, BacktoDemocracy said:

Did you see the comment on the Mail article below it by, i think, Diesenberg, brutal but with a kernel of validity, quite well put, but  a bit saucy for these pages.

No - but surprising how many daily fail readers are anti brexit.

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3 hours ago, newjez said:

No - but surprising how many daily fail readers are anti brexit.

I prefer Daily Wail myself, seems to suit better.

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8 hours ago, newjez said:

wtf???

You guys promised we would be at the front of the queue.

It's in the daily mail and the independent - so it must be true.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4449780/US-Commerce-Secretary-says-UK-trade-deal-low-priority.html

Holy Carp batman! What do we do now? We always knew those Europeans didn't know how to queue!

What with growth down to half of what it was, all those pesky Europeans being nasty to us, this ain't looking half as much fun as it looked like it was gunna be. God damn - I think we've been hood winked! Where's Nigel?

Yeah because being in the EU is a cast iron guarantee of prosperity, just ask those Greeks, they are reaping massive benefit aren't they, we're leaving, get over it.

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8 minutes ago, amibovered said:

Yeah because being in the EU is a cast iron guarantee of prosperity, just ask those Greeks, they are reaping massive benefit aren't they, we're leaving, get over it.

Big difference between the euro and the EU and the EEA. Euro bad. EU dodgy. EEA sensible.

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27 minutes ago, amibovered said:

Yeah because being in the EU is a cast iron guarantee of prosperity, just ask those Greeks, they are reaping massive benefit aren't they, we're leaving, get over it.

I'm loving it mate. Funniest thing I've seen in years. I'll never understand the English.

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/health/brexit-leaves-industrial-firms-staring-into-regulatory-void-8800570

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11 hours ago, newjez said:

I'm loving it mate. Funniest thing I've seen in years. I'll never understand the English.

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/health/brexit-leaves-industrial-firms-staring-into-regulatory-void-8800570

No Aussies will be behind the Brits. Launch order is prioritised on population size, whilst this brings in the most cash companies can argue they are serving more patients.

Hopefully common sense will prevail and we will negotiate to piggyback off the EMEA.  Which Australia is currently looking into as a means of speeding up access.

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