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12 August 2013updated 22 Oct 2020 3:55pm

“A jingoism about British jobs for British workers”

Norman Rose on the Tesco immigration scandal.

By Helen Roxburgh

“It’s part of a current jingoism that’s going around about British jobs for British workers.”

Norman Rose, executive director of the Recruitment Society, criticises Chris Bryant’s controversial claims that Next and Tesco favoured Eastern European workers over British employees because they are cheaper.
 

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