Im­mi­gra­tion in U.K. must be con­trolled

The Compass - - EDITORIAL -

I lived in Eng­land when it joined the Euro­pean Union.

Within a short pe­riod of time, food prices went up. Farm­ers, of which my land­lord was one, were con­cerned that the land was be­ing forced to grow more food for more peo­ple and it could not go on in that way.

Parts of towns and cities were be­ing taken over by other na­tion­al­i­ties. Birmingham is one that I know of per­son­ally.

The United King­dom and Eng­land will sur­vive this Brexit. She was great be­fore, she’ll be great again. Immi- gra­tion is fine, but as one Bri­tish dig­ni­tary said, it must be con­trolled and it has not been done up to now.

The peo­ple have spo­ken — 52 per cent to be ex­act!

Joy French-Cole­man writes from Har­bour Grace

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