Speaking about the newcomers in the UK who were ready to undertake all sorts of jobs, Ian Trigger lamented the native UK people for their feckless lifestyles. He refuted that the UK was not having jobs.
Trigger rather blamed the high rate of unemployment in the UK on the lack-luster attitude of the Britons who had become workshy and hence, were unwilling to do hard work. Trigger maintained that such Britons were far happier in living on unemployment benefits rather than taking jobs for getting paid.
Speaking about the high number of unemployed Britons, Trigger said that Britain has plenty of jobs but the fact is that no one (Britons) is ready to undertake hard work. So, it’s the immigrants who are coming to the UK in great numbers and are reaping the benefits by doing dirty jobs in the UK.
He called the workshy Britons as a drain on the nation’s resources. 67-year-old judge said the laws in the UK prevented him from jailing Anthony Roberts, a 30-year-old for his being involved in sneaking into a family’s home.
Hence, Trigger says he is left with no option but to let Roberts walk away free from the court with just a nominal fine of £100 to be paid by Robert to the victim apart from a six-month course for alcohol treatment.
He called the likes of Roberts a drain on the nation’s resources who seemed to be too happy on jobless benefits and was unwilling to take on any sort of employment. Roberts, who has been convicted of 11 criminal involvements was called a boozer by his own father.
Trigger spoke out against the binge-drinking culture of the UK openly while jailing a teenager who was found guilty of attacking her own mother with her shoe heel in a nightclub. He also had, last year, lashed out against the UK immigration system while sending a drug dealer from Jamaica behind bars.