Immigration in U.K. must be controlled
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