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Old 20.03.2019, 08:10
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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EU just passed a new ruling where one only has to have worked for only one month in another EU country to have the right for unemployed money according to the standards of the country where that one month has been worked. Time worked in other country's is needed and counts along but the height of the allowance is purely based on that one last month. Also they can take this allowance back home.

Only one thing left to say...

GO BREXIT

Bunch of lunatics in the EU.
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That's because it's actually the opposite. The proposal (which I guess has just been passed?) requires the applicant to have worked at least three months in a new country before aggregating total period of employment and claiming benefits at the rate provided by the new country.

#FakeNews #WhyReadPastTheHeadline? But it keeps the anti-EU fanbois (antifanbois?) happy.

And this is, in short, how Brexit happened. Some people would believe everything. Brexit fanboys and fangirls are not very smart..
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