The United Kingdom is subjected to the highest amount of permanent immigration in Europe, and the second highest of any country in the world, only surpassed by the United States, according to new figures.
Here’s a thought to warm your heart. Although tens of thousands of impoverished British pensioners will die from the cold in the coming months, so-called asylum seekers will get hundreds of pounds each in benefit payments for gas and electricity, amounting to more than double the pensioners’ winter fuel allowance.
The ‘anti-immigration’ Tory party have presided over yet another rise in immigration. ONS figures show that net migration to the UK in 2010 was 252,000, the biggest calendar year figure on record. It is a shocking 27 percent higher than the level in 2009 and 7,000 higher than the previous record in 2004.
The town of Boston in Lincolnshire has had to beg the Coalition Government for more money to support the flood of immigrants the town and surrounding area has to put up with. The immigrants, who are pouring in daily to Britain, are flooding the housing lists, the NHS, education systems, benefits systems, and taking British jobs from British workers.
British National Party Leader Nick Griffin has called on people to sign a government e-petition by Migration Watch Chairman Andrew Green to force a national debate on immigration. The petition demands a massive reduction in immigration in order to prevent Britain’s population swelling to the 70-million mark.
By Jennifer Matthys – The UK population is on course to reach a reported 70 million within a very short 16 years. This figure is fuelled by the number of immigrants who are arriving every day in the country. According to new figures released by the Office for National Statistics, the UK is set to reach this “milestone” by mid-2027.
The total number of people seeking asylum in industrialized countries rose by 17 percent in the first six months of 2011, with ‘Benefits Britain’ being the fifth most popular destination.
Over 37,000 immigrants, including terrorists and fraudsters, launched appeals to stay in Britain last year after the Home Office ruled they would be deported, further clogging up Britain’s already hopeless border control system. Many had come to Britain illegally or overstayed their visas.
At least 31 percent of babies born in the UK have at least one non-UK-born parent, and in some areas the level is above 75 percent, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed.
The Conservative Party made great play in the last General Election about how it was going to deal with two inter-connected public concerns: the flow of cheap labour into the UK and the net increase in immigration. But it now transpires that under the Coalition over half of new jobs went to migrant workers!