By One percent
The European commission raided the offices of a number of TV companies across Europe – including Fox and Ziggo Sport, the Dutch subsidiary owned by Vodafone, and the Virgin Media parent Liberty Global – early on Tuesday over concerns that they could “have violated EU antitrust rules that prohibit cartels and restrictive business practices”.
By Frank Hovis
Though did stick it out for the day:
Now with the honourable exception of @Sgt Hartman I am sure we would all struggle at that; though could also mostly manage one day. Followed by a week in bed with the heating on.
It attracts migrant workers, who can earn £800 a week in high season, because it is the equivalent for them of a very well paid job back home which enables them to buy a decent house in their own countries. For a Brit it will just about cover their rent but lead nowhere; certainly not to owning their own home.
Despite the lazy Brit / boo to Brexit undercurrents of the article the simple answer is that this work will continue to be carried out by migrant workers but under the migrant workers' permits that existed pre 1972 for just this purpose rather than through EU freedom of movement. Problem solved.
By Frank Hovis
As Hungary got their own thread so does Poland deserve one for this.
I had missed that they have shrugged off the EU threats and made the changes their elected politicians wanted to make to the legal system;; the story is dated 20 Dec and I don't recall seeing it posted also reference was made in the Brexit thread.
The EU has threatened them with all sorts for this which have never been enforced upon any EU member country.
And Hungary is backing them. Brilliant.
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