Labour will let any­one in

Manchester Evening News - - LETTERS, COMMENTS AND EMAILS -

IN the first cou­ple of weeks of the Gen­eral Elec­tion cam­paign we have seen a num­ber of Labour Party ac­tivists on this page at­tempt­ing to con­vince that Labour is the de­fender of pub­lic ser­vices and the work­ing classes, one even mak­ing the ris­i­ble sug­ges­tion that spi­ralling liv­ing costs is some­thing that doesn’t hap­pen when Labour is in power.

How­ever, noth­ing more ex­poses Labour’s pos­tur­ing in this way, and where its pri­or­i­ties truly lie, than its present adopted pol­icy for im­mi­gra­tion.

Should the mid­dle class far-left cra­zies who now con­trol the Labour Party come to power, then the in­crease in taxes on work­ing peo­ple and busi­nesses will be go­ing a long way to fi­nance the in­crease in pub­lic spend­ing caused by its pol­icy of un­lim­ited im­mi­gra­tion.

The Labour Con­fer­ence has adopted a pol­icy that not only would al­low mi­grants to ac­cess more pub­lic ser­vices but which would also ‘re­ject any im­mi­gra­tion sys­tem based on in­comes, mi­grants’ util­ity to busi­ness, and num­ber caps/ tar­gets”. In a nut­shell; Labour will al­low any­one from any­where, and in any num­ber, to stroll into the UK. Many of th­ese will be un­em­ploy­able and wel­fare de­pen­dent, and who will then, no doubt, bring their rel­a­tives in tow on spu­ri­ous grounds of ‘hu­man rights’ en­ti­tle­ment.

Jeremy Cor­byn, whose idea of a Brexit ‘deal’ is con­tin­ued free move­ment of peo­ple with the EU, has re­cently claimed that im­mi­gra­tion ‘en­riches the lives of us all.’ Well, not for Bri­tish work­ing peo­ple, it doesn’t.

Now is the time for work­ing peo­ple to let Labour know that. P. An­der­son, Sal­ford

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