Migrants have left jobs sparse

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“IT’S a very difficult time to be a young person,” said Janet Daniels, headteacher of the Gleed Girls’ Technology College (Spalding Guardian, October 22).

In previous years it may have been possible for them to leave school at 16 and walk straight into a job.

Let me say that many hundreds, even thousands, of jobs have been taken by migrant workers. That is this country’s economic situation.

They need to sort their own economic situation out not come running to our country.

MR S HELLIWELL

May Blossom Walk

Spalding