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    Quote Originally Posted by Wong Jeremy
    Can you see Hong Kongers doing backbreaking work harvesting cabbages for minimum wage? Me neither.

    Don’t think your average daily mail reader would be signing the petition any time soon
    but some of younger people may work in takeaway and resturants until they disillusioned themselves with the long hours and anti social lifestyle associated within this, it's a well known fact Ms May has targeted chinese ( as well as indian) traditional trade for possible illegal employee's, the ones who have hired them have ceased trading years ago ( as each illegal employee means 6 years of back dated tax and a hefty fine) when then crackdown was implimented, the existing ones who didn't hire them as struggling to find legal employees as a result, generally in the smaller towns than larger cities (as you have large influx of mainland students who can work part time)
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    I also suggest that if the remote possibilty of BNO passport holders being able to convert to full UK passport, thus, BNO passport holders are not guaranteed conversion to full uk passport, other criteas should be implemented such as HK's quality migrant sceheme points system, such as english proficency test, whether they studied at UK University or not, how many times they visited UK within the last 2 decades, all of these factors should be considered.


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    Quote Originally Posted by imparanoic
    I also suggest that if the remote possibilty of BNO passport holders being able to convert to full UK passport, thus, BNO passport holders are not guaranteed conversion to full uk passport, other criteas should be implemented such as HK's quality migrant sceheme points system, such as english proficency test, whether they studied at UK University or not, how many times they visited UK within the last 2 decades, all of these factors should be considered.
    then its just about implementing a qualified immigration system, and not about providing a good outlet with high human rights to all suffering citizens from HK, irregardless of their education level and social status... doesn't sound like what a developed country that has high standard in human rights should be doing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeier
    then its just about implementing a qualified immigration system, and not about providing a good outlet with high human rights to all suffering citizens from HK, irregardless of their education level and social status... doesn't sound like what a developed country that has high standard in human rights should be doing ?
    UK had the wind rush scandal a few years ago which was largely implemented by Ms May, what happened to the so called high standards in human rights when evicting people who been in UK for almost 50 years?
    Last edited by imparanoic; 20-08-2019 at 11:46 AM. Reason: typo
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