Between 2005 and 2011 British household incomes have tumbled below those of rich-nation counterparts in Switzerland, Australia, Austria, France, Canada, Belgium and Sweden, according to a new analysis from the UK’s Office of National Statistics.
If Britain were a U.S. state, it would be the second-poorest, behind Alabama and before Mississippi
Since EU migration started in 2004 wages have fallen $4,000 for a familly that would be $8,000. I’d like to know how much EU tax and red tape (indirect and direct) is costing people. You will note everyone expect for the UK has grown as normal and we are the only ones who are down. Plus everything here is more expensive.