Hot on the heels of our news about more nursing jobs being available, as a result of a drop in European, foreign nationals applying for the job (see blog, More nursing jobs available, for British citizens 12/6/17), it's more good news for British workers.
Farmers are just going to have to employ people who already live here; remember them?
The indigenous, British citizens.
Several million of which it has to be said, are unemployed; let alone those who only work part time or work as temporary staff through employment agencies, where they only get work on an ad-hoc basis and are technically otherwise, unemployed.
If these and other employers cannot attract the staff, then they will have to increase their rates of pay.
And if they can't afford to do so, they'll have to put the price of the price of their products up.
And if people cannot then afford to buy the goods, they need to demand a pay rise from their employer.
Simple. (See blog, Only one way to get a pay rise 30/11/16)
We don't agree with the system we're in, but that's how the 'market' works. (See blog, Square the circle 11/12/16).
Equally ludicrous is the suggestion we need to give British citizens the 'skills' they need, to do the work which foreigners currently do.
As if you need training to pick fruit.
Pay enough money and the jobs will get done... even if we're lucky enough that they all leave.