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Old 28.01.2020, 11:59
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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It is an insurance, as most things in CH. Paid in by people themselves. The conditions for "pay out" are tough. This un-entitlement mindset needs to exist in EU too, it mostly doesn't. Or not where the numbers bulk.

It is not seen as a safety net here.
Nonsense, there is pretty much the same attitude all over Europe and in Switzerland when you are finished on unemployment benefits, you go on the social support if needed, just the same as everywhere else.

For example in Ireland, once you finish with unemployment benefits, you can apply for another schema which is based on financial needs.
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