No amnesty for il­le­gal im­mi­grants

Gloucestershire Echo - - LETTERS & OPINION -

✒ IF Boris John­son be­comes Prime Min­is­ter there should be no amnesty for il­le­gal im­mi­grants.

Gov­ern­ment statis­tics in­di­cate that there are about a mil­lion il­le­gal im­mi­grants liv­ing in the UK and the con­se­quences of this is a mil­lion fewer homes to rent.

Im­mi­gra­tion ben­e­fits no­body ex­cept the top one per centof the pop­u­la­tion be­cause the coun­try from whence the mi­grant comes is left im­pov­er­ished and with­out the work­ers that they need.

The English Democrats be­lieve that we should re­duce im­mi­gra­tion through ban­ning un­skilled and semi-skilled im­mi­gra­tion.

African im­mi­grants should be work­ing in Africa, Polish im­mi­grants in Poland and Mid­dle East­ern im­mi­grants in the Mid­dle East.

The cost of the grow­ing pop­u­la­tion in terms of public ser­vices is a cost that the UK cant af­ford.

The UK is not a rich coun­try - it sim­ply has wealthy peo­ple liv­ing in it and they will not fund the costs of per­ma­nent im­mi­gra­tion and the work­ing classes have hardly a penny to their name so they cant pay for it..

Sebes­tian Wordsworth

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