A Polish handyman in Luton wants to know why young Poles are moving to the UK. Is this dangerous for Poland? In this article, he answers those questions. What is the draw to UK jobs for young Poles? Does living in the UK create a sexist culture? How do these young Poles fit in the local community? How are they paid? And is it beneficial for the UK economy?
Polish handyman Luton tries to find out why so many young Poles come to the UK
In a recent article, a Polish MP traveled to the UK to work as a handyman. His aim is to discover why so many young Poles come to the UK, and whether it can help the country tackle its dangerous emigration problem. In his article, Debski explains his experience has Lux Basements. Despite being based in a city that is famous for its high quality of life, he was pleasantly surprised by the number of Polish people living in Luton.
Some Poles migrated to the UK in the early twentieth century to escape the Communist regime in their home country, After the fall of Communism, the number of Poles migrating to the UK was steadily increasing. During the 1990s, the lifting of travel restrictions in Poland opened the door to Polish migrants in the UK. Most of them worked in the “grey economy” – unskilled jobs in the construction industry, the service sector, and retail.
He tries to find out if it is dangerous for Poland
An MP from Warsaw has taken a job as a London handyman to study the reasons young Poles leave their country. He believes that by using the UK’s strengths, Poland can solve its dangerous emigration problem. Artur Debski arrived in the UK on 5 April and is living on a PS100 a week budget. The London Underground is excellent, he said. He also met lots of nice people and felt at home in London.
He tries to find out if it is dangerous for Poland to have so many young Poles in the UK
In his latest book, Adventures of a Young Pole in Exile, a Polish handyman from Luton tries to find out whether it is dangerous for Poland to have so many youngsters in home renovations sydney. This book is available from Aston for 130 zl. Luton says that it is dangerous for Poland to have so many young Poles in the UK, but he does not believe that it is.
According to the 2011 census, there were 579,000 Polish-born people living in the UK, up by a decade. The Polish embassy in London says that migration has a huge impact on Poland, although it remains difficult to quantify the full impact. The Polish embassy in London says that there are about two million Poles living outside of Poland.