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Other studies have found some evidence of lower productivity, but also unwarranted pay discrimination by employers.One significant theme that emerges from the literature is that the group of people classed as “disabled” is so heterogeneous, with such a broad range of capabilities, that it’s not a good idea to generalise.Having spent eight months merely to get to the starting line for talks with the European Union on the vital issue of post-Brexit trade arrangements, British ministers are not, perhaps, in a good position to speculate on the lack of productivity of others.But that didn’t prevent the Chancellor Philip Hammond suggesting before a parliamentary committee last week that one of the causes of our dismal national productivity performance in recent years has been the fact that there are more disabled people in the labour market than there used to be.The main way to access the island is to get the ferry from Wemyss Bay which is a short car or train ride north from Glasgow.The ferry usually runs over a dozen times throughout the day during the summer season and there is no need to book a ticket in advance.With a population of around 6,500, it is very easy to reach from Glasgow and was a popular holiday destination during Victorian times when the Clyde was booming.It still has much to offer with hills in the north, lots of sandy beaches, ruined chapels and forts, yachting, fishing, golf, etc.
One of the main visitor attractions is the spectacular Mount Stuart House which is definitely worth a trip.
But even if one makes the most extreme (and unrealistic) assumptions about the average lower productivity of these new entrants to the job market relative to the rest of the workforce, one cannot explain anything more than a minor slice of the UK’s yawning 20 per cent productivity shortfall relative to the pre-crisis trend.
Economists remain unsure of the reasons for our productivity disaster.
Some elements within the Conservative Party appear to have a strange and unpleasant ideological conviction that the disabled, in general, ought to be paid less.
Bute is a pretty little island about 15 miles long and less than 5 miles wide just off the west coast of southern Scotland.
Travellers' Tips: City Sightseeing Bute offers day trips around the island on an open-top bus from May to late September. You can get the ferry over from the mainland for the day if you wish.