Act now… or say goodbye to the Britain we know

Daily Mail:

By Frank Field And Nicholas Soames

PUBLISHED: 18:01 EST, 5 September 2012 | UPDATED: 04:47 EST, 7 September 2012

The public are fed up with mass immigration. That was the message of the public petition on the Downing Street website launched last autumn.

Only 11 of the 36,000 petitions on that site have reached the 100,000 signatures required to trigger a House of Commons debate.

This petition reached that 100,000 within a week, with the resulting debate in the House of Commons today taking place.  We will at last be giving voice to the widespread public concern.

Over-crowded: Figures released last week showed that, while falling slightly, net migration to the UK still stands at 216,000 a yearOver-crowded: Figures released last week showed that, while falling slightly, net migration to the UK still stands at 216,000 a year

The fact is that the public do not believe the claims of the immigration lobby and they are right. Nor do they think that enough attention has been paid to the impact of such huge numbers on the lives of ordinary people – particularly not by the BBC.

The reality is that we are experiencing by far the largest wave of immigration for nearly 1,000 years.

Certainly, there has been some limited immigration over the centuries and many immigrants and their children have made a positive contribution to this country. But mass immigration is entirely new.

This really is the last chance saloon. If the Government were to lose its nerve and fail to press on with reform we would be saying goodbye to the country we inherited.

A withering report has revealed tens of thousands of bogus students have been left free to work illegally in the UK by staggering Government incompetenceUnsustainable: If immigration is allowed to continue at its current rate our population will climb from 62.3 million to 70 million in just 15 years time

The Office for National Statistics recently published the immigration figures back to 1964. It is very interesting to see that, until the early 1980s, more people left Britain than came here. From then until the mid 1990s net migration was never more than about 50,000 a year, and often much less. It took off in 1998 and by 2010 had risen to 250,000 a year – five times higher than in 1997.

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3 Replies to “Act now… or say goodbye to the Britain we know”

  1. Yesterday I saw a post at Weasel Zippers on a poll showing that over 80% of Americans oppose giving financial aid to Egypt.
    When only 10 out of 100 US Senators voted against Rand Paul’s bill to limit foreign aid to Egypt, Libya and Porkistan, we can be sure that most of the US senate, as well as most of Britain’s rotten political class, truly couldn’t care less about the interest of those they’re supposed to be representing.

  2. All western nations need to change their immigration laws, start enforcing them and tighten up control of their borders..

    No they don’t care, they have spent so much time in office they think they are ordained by God to hold that office. This is one of the reasons the TEA Party is doing so well.

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