As Britons Face Mass Unemployment and Redundancies Figures Reveal that Foreigners take Two out of Three New Jobs
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published figures which reveal that foreigners take two out of three new jobs reducing the employment opportunities for the native British people.
As Britons Face Mass Unemployment and Redundancies, Figures Reveal that Foreigners Take Two Out of Three New Jobs
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have published figures which reveal that foreigners take two out of three new jobs, reducing the employment opportunities for the native British people.
The figures show that of the 297,000 workers who started new job posts between July and September 2010 only 100,000 of them were indigenous Britons.
This means that only a third of all new jobs created during 2010 went to native British workers.
The news comes as the ONS also recently published figures which showed that youth unemployment has risen to a new record high of close to 1 million as unemployment figures increased by 49,000 to 2.5 million.
There are now fears that with youth unemployment so high and high numbers of new jobs going to foreign workers, we are facing the prospect of a ‘lost generation’ of young British people who will never find work. This will ultimately result in an increasingly fragmented society.
The ONS also revealed that since 2004, the number of native British people in active employment has decreased by 334,000 but almost 1.3 million foreigners have successfully found work in Britain.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development recently announced that unemployment could soar by a figure of 200,000 to soon reach 2.7 million. In other words this would equate to 9% of the population.
The British National Party believes that Britain will face increasing economic decline until measures are taken to protect British jobs, cease preferential employment of minority groups and stop the influx of foreign workers into Britain.
Britain is facing economic collapse because the economy is credit-based and has a decimated manufacturing sector.
The British National Party recognises that real national wealth is governed by its ability to produce, and not from its ability to create soft service sector jobs which are easily exported abroad in order for big business to benefit from cheap overseas labour.