Listen: Britain, Brexit, Brexit Analytics discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"Etcetera, etcetera. Taking your remuneration well over two hundred thousand and yet Brit still don't really apply to take up roles in that sector. So all of this is acknowledging other evidence and other facts out there. It is not that we have low wages that are putting Brits off from doing these jobs is that they don't want to them or they don't have the skills currently to true is really possible Broadway. When we were talking about the food. Food thing last week, you look at the situation of e vets working in the UK they, I mean those a good salaries that you get. And basically when you go into an abattoir and check front who standards, but British people don't want to do it and even if you want to bring them in, you go to spend years, getting them trained up to the point where they can do it. Certainly not enough time for breakfast shows off, and I guess. This week special guests. It's a bit of a, I remain acts. We've been, but shorts on conservative remain as guests for the show me needs pull right Golvin Welsh is a full Matt national and international security policy advisor to the conservative policy. He was also an advisor to the conservative in campaign. He's a regular contributors to conservative home, and he's the CEO of TLD policy formerly known as Brexit analytics hollow Galvin welcome to the show. Hello, thanks for coming in. What did you change the name for Brexit analytics is it goes Brexit. It's such a horrible word that was sick of with partly because I'm, I'm headquartered in Brussels, Brussels. If you start any conversation with Brexit. Oh, Coty said Brexit. And there was some other people said, look, we'd love to work with you, but don't you sound a bit like Cambridge. Yes, I did say. Brexit analytic written. It was, but. Because we were cold. Then Cambridge Olympic just because they're finding problems. So basically stay away from. Lisa, don't understand the difference. Absolutely. Stay off the island. Let's we're in the dog days right now. It's the Lowell in the endless battle, but what's your sense as a conservative remain? What's your sense of kind of web Brexit is having de-subscribe Liam, Fox, Jeremy on diagnosis of sixty forty, hard Brexit by accident. I would say that the central scenario is the central scenario is no no deal Brexit because not enough things can come in in the right way to avoid it, and it's the default situation of nothing. Nothing gets agreed. Does that mean that there will be complete disaster forever? Not necessarily because people in Brussels are preparing emergency deals on things like aviation and certain aspects of customs. So the basic infrastructure come up, but I would also say they would like to keep the option open of a complete catched off a break which they hope will concentrate the minds over here in Britain. It's concentrating all my. It doesn't seem to become straighten anybody else's mind. One very concentrated here where where are they? They're thinking like one of these old Israeli general. The only thing the Palestinians understand is false. But so well on Twitter. Because they, they imagine that the consequence of no deal for Britain or so, absolutely terrible that everything will be a dumb to avoid that happening. The consequence, the heart border and Orland the consequence of interruption trade interrupted and flights the value of the pound, and they think this will make people think, well, we can't possibly do this. We're going to have to avoid it. We're going to have to reach compromise. We're going to have to make concessions what they don't get is the because Britain's completely divided essentially into and we're going to talk about exactly which way the wind is blowing this week. I know when we come onto the polls because it's essentially in to remain, is will say yes, quite right. It's the Stu stupid Bregasi government that's causing all this up to raiders. They should make concessions straightaway because we, we shouldn't be mad. Then you'll have levers saying, no, we're proud country. We can't possibly accept this bullying from the if they're going to give us no deal. We're gonna make no deal work because after all we're Britain, and then they'll probably go onto one hundred series of World War Two and allergies. And this way they're quite like the Palestinians are divided between HAMAs and Fattah.."